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Mrs. Carolyn Landrem

Wrong Carolyn Landrem?


Phone: (256) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Alabama , United States
Weiss Lake Improvement Association
P.O. Box 565
CENTRE , Alabama 35960
United States


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News and Events, 9 Sept 2015 [cached]
"We had a meeting with the Corps of Engineers January 22 at the Weiss Dam powerhouse," Weiss Lake Improvement Association (WLIA) President Carolyn Landrem told The Post last week.
"They wanted to come and 'put some boots on the ground,' as they told us," Landrem said. "We had a really good meeting, discussed a lot of different topics."
The core issue for Landrem and WLIA is the water level in Weiss, a man-made reservoir constructed from 1958-1961 and operated by Alabama Power. Landrem and other local officials with ties to tourism want the winter drawdown reduced from six feet to three feet in order to maintain lakefront property values, increase off-season tourism and enhance the long-term health of the lake.
The six-foot winter drawdown is mandated by the Corps's ACT Master Water Control Manual, originally written in the 1950s. Over the past several years, the Corps has been rewriting the manual. On Oct. 31, 2014, the rewritten manual was submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency for approval - several years behind schedule.
"We had an opportunity to ask questions and discuss the ACT manual during the meeting at Weiss Dam, and also the winter pool level," Landrem said. "The general and the colonel were both there to listen, they told us, and they took copious notes."
By federal rule, the ACOE must allow public comments on the new manual before it becomes operational. That period ends Feb. 5, and Landrem said she and her group have already submitted their comments, which include an official request for the three-foot winter drawdown. As currently written, the new ACT operations manual does not allow for a reduced winter drawdown in Weiss.
She said the meeting with the Army officials who will eventually decide the fate of WLIA's winter level request was a chance to repeat the plea, in person. Unfortunately, she's not certain if the official or in-person appeals will have any effect - at least in the short term.
"The general did say that the manual will [go into effect] by February 15," Landrem said. "But he did leave the door open. He said they have to get the manual in place because it has been a long time coming. But he said the manual can be 'amended and updated' as things are brought to their attention."
"For that reason I think it is important that people take the time to let them know how they feel about the winter level before the Feb. 5 deadline," Landrem said. "The quantity of water we get will have a huge long-term impact on the quality of water we have in Weiss Lake."
Landrem said she hopes the new Army officials will be able to put "new eyes" and use new technology that did not exist when the manual was written over 60 years ago to find ways to keep Weiss a little more full in winter and still obey their mandate to provide downstream flood protection.
"I feel like the possibility still exists," Landrem said.
About Us, 4 June 2013 [cached]
Carolyn Landrem - Chairman
People — Coosa River Basin Initiative, 28 Nov 2013 [cached]
Carolyn Landrem, president of the Weiss Lake Improvement Association and resident of Centre, Alabama
NEWSLETTER - Neely Henry Lake Association, 6 Oct 2014 [cached]
In attendance at the meeting, which was held at the Southside Community Center, were, among others, Alabama State Senator Phil Williams, Alabama State Representative Becky Nordgren, Brett Johnson, Director - Constituent Services for Alabama House Minority Leader Craig Ford, Terry John Calhoun, Mayor - Rainbow City, Steve Baswell, Mayor - Ohatchee, Joey Statum, Commissioner - Etowah County, Frank Eskridge - Director of the Gadsden Water Works, Hugh Stump - Executive Director of the Etowah County Tourism Development Board, Bill Hayes - Commander of the 82nd Flotilla of the U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Carolyn Landrem, President - Weiss Lake Improvement Association, Donna Bone, President - Board of Realtors, NHLA board members, two lake association board members from Lake Logan Martin, and other area business leaders, as well as several members of the NHLA.
Commenters included Senator Williams, Frank Eskridge, Gene Phifer, Hugh Stump, Bill Hayes, Carolyn Landrem, Jim Copeland and Kelly Stephens.
Articles, 27 Aug 2014 [cached]
Carolyn Landrum, president of the Weiss Lake Improvement Association, said the organization has been working to get the winter pool level raised since Alabama Power started its relicensing process at the Weiss Dam several years ago.
"What we originally sought was to keep the lake at full pool all the way through September, and then raise it back to summer pool a month earlier in the spring," Landrum said.
Landrum said the Corps of Engineers forged forward last winter to publish a new water manual for Weiss Lake without waiting for Alabama Power to complete the additional studies needed to get the water level increase included in the new manual which governs water use in the lake.
"I think we are going to have to meet with our federal lawmakers to motivate the Corps," Landrum said.
She said the Corps could have let Alabama Power raise the level of the lake on a trial basis - something that was done at the Neely Henry reservoir, which is the next major lake downstream on the Coosa River.
Landrum said that adding to the winter pool would greatly increase accessibility to the lake.
While the typical winter day on Weiss Lake can be gray and gloomy, that type of weather is almost perfect for crappie or bass fishing, if anglers can get into the water, she said.
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