Here is a quick resource for Rosemere Neighborhood Association Documents.
Washington Department of Ecology received one appeal of the modified Phase I Municipal Stormwater Permit, from the Rosemere Neighborhood Association, Columbia Riverkeeper and the Northwest Environmental Defense Center. The modified permit became effective on September 1, 2010 and can be found here.
To view the appeal, please click here: Rosemere Neighborhood Association, Columbia Riverkeeper and the Northwest Environmental Defense Center v. Department of Ecology.pdf
Sole Source Aquifer Petition for the Troutdale Aquifer System in Clark County – January 2006 (PDF format) For Figures, tables and appendices, please use the tabs below:
- Figure 1 — Proposed Aquifer Service Area (PDF)
Figure 2 — Potential Alternative Sources of Water (PDF)
Figure 3 — Geologic Map of the Proposed Aquifer Service Area (PDF)
Figure 4 — Hydrogeologic Map of Area (PDF)
Figure 5 — Hydrogeologic Cross-Section of Area (PDF)
Figure 6 — Proposed Project Review Area (PDF)
Table 1 — Community Water Systems in the Proposed Aquifer Service Area (PDF)
Table 2 — Current Drinking Water Sources for the Proposed Aquifer Service Area (PDF)
Table 3 — Summary of Potential Alternative Sources of Water (PDF)
Appendix A — Initial Petition Review/Determination of Completeness Checklist (PDF)
Appendix B — Water Usage Estimation Method Documentation (PDF)
Watershed Research Documents
The RNA has conducted extensive research regarding water quality problems and pollutant sources that adversely affect endangered waterbodies in our community, including Burnt Bridge Creek, Vancouver Lake, and the Lower Columbia River. Working in concert with various organizations, the RNA has gathered thousands of pages of historical documentation that chronicle the history of serious water quality problems. In the spirit of cooperation, the RNA has provided access to these gathered documents to the Intertribal Fish Commission’s Stream Net Library. Some documents date back to the 1960′s and were found in old archives throughout the country.
Copies of the documents were made by the Stream Net Librarian, where a bibliography and digital files may be reviewed through a website. This website will be a tremendous resource to participants of the Vancouver Lake Watershed Partnership, a newly formed interjurisdictional task force designed to address the failing health of Vancouver Lake and its associated wetlands and tributaries. The website also contains documentation provided by other sources working with the Partnership, and the wesbite will continue to add documents as they are located.
The website is already up and running, and many documents have been posted. However, as this is a work in progress, the process of posting collected documents will be ongoing. Interested parties should check the website frequently for additional materials.
This is the link to the bibliography and documents: