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The Public is hereby notified of a Special Called Meeting  of the Nashville Town Council on Wednesday, September 18, 2019 at 5:30 PM in the Town Council Chambers, 114 W. Church Street, Nashville, NC.   This meeting will be held for the purpose of the Consideration of Resolution 2019-18:  Resolution supporting the application to the Environmental Enhancement Grant Program for the Town of Nashville.  The Public is invited to attend.

Posted September 16, 2019 at 10:10  AM by Lou C. Bunch, Town Clerk.

What is Stormwater?

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 Stormwater is the result of standing water from the accumulation of heavy rain and snow precipitation.

Stormwater  runoff carries many substances that pollute our waters. 

Some substances, including pesticides, fertilizers, oil, industrial waste, and soap, are harmful in any quantity.

In sufficient quantities, others, including sediment runoff from construction sites, bare soil, agricultural land, pet waste, grass clippings and leaves can harm creeks, rivers and lakes .

Runoff from various human activities such as lawn watering, car washing, and malfunctioning septic tank can also pollute land and surface waters.   Some of this stormwater runoff eventually ends up in our rivers, sounds and the ocean with devastating results.

What is Stormwater