This site will post communications directed to the Roane Community Advisory Group (CAG) as they are received in order to keep the community affected by the TVA ash dike failure fully informed.

General information regarding the CAG and relevant public documents are posted at the CAG website.

Thursday, March 18, 2010

TVA Police No Longer Stationed on Swan Pond Circle Road

March 18, 2010
Update from the Kingston Ash Recovery Project

To Members of the Roane County Community Advisory Committee

TVA Police no longer stationed on Swan Pond Circle Road
Beginning Friday, March 19, the TVA Police will no longer be stationed at the Swan Pond Circle Road rail crossing.  The rail arms will remain in place and will activate when full and empty ash, coal, ammonia, or limestone trains are coming into or going out of the site.  

Utility enhancement work continues 
Early next week the utility enhancement work under the I-40 Bridge will continue for about four days.  The work around the bridge will include the closure of a portion of the south plant entrance road.  Contractors will be working from the “island” toward the plant road.  None of this work will affect Swan Pond Road.

The work now being performed at the west embayment is expected to be finished by the end of next week.  Late next week directional drilling will begin below Hassler Mill and Swan Pond Roads to allow utility lines to cross underneath.  None of this work will affect traffic flow except for the times that material is loaded or unloaded onto trucks.  Flaggers will be available to direct traffic in these instances.

Please don’t hesitate to call Katie Kline or me if you have any questions.

Jane Greenwalt
Project Manager, Community Outreach
Tennessee Valley Authority
Kingston Ash Recovery Project
Office:  865.717.1645

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