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Sorry about that

Been away. The State of Tennessee had decided that you don’t know how to adequately divert storm-water. So, they have to teach you how to do it. So many words spent just to say “plant grass” and “use silt fencing”.

7 Responses to “Sorry about that”

  1. chiefjaybob Says:

    And I’m sure it wasn’t free, either.

  2. Huck Says:

    ‘So many words spent just to say “plant grass” and “use silt fencing”.

    I’ll bet that the State spent beaucoup bucks on a “study” by some College ed-joo-cated eggheads to find that out.

  3. mikee Says:

    Here in Austin, Texas, the rules for silt fencing changed recently. The silt fence on my construction site, which was in place for 6 months and held back silt with fantastic efficiency, required replacement with the new kind of silt fence, which costs more. I suspect I made more of a mess pulling up the old and installing the new, than the new prevents during heavy storms.

    Ah, well, I also got sod in place and was finally able to remove the silt fence. Which will not be delivered to a landfill, because I have zero other use for it and nobody wants a used silt fence. Environmentalism!

  4. Old NFO Says:

    Wow… Simply amazing.

  5. Patrick Says:

    Like we need a PowerPoint slide for, “Dig trench into your asshole neighbor’s yard.”

    Sheesh.

  6. Jay Dee Says:

    Never confuse bureaucracy with education, environmentalism, public safety or any of the other civic buzzwords. It’s just bureaucrats plundering the public.

  7. Skip Says:

    On all of my projects the Storm Water Protection Plan was the most onerous.