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Super Sewer Under Fire WIAT CBS42
AT TUESDAY'S JEFFERSON COUNTY COMMISSION MEETING, CAHABA GROUP PRESIDENT PAUL PERRET SAID THE NEW SEWER IS NOT WHAT THE COUNTY NEEDS."We feel like the project was put thru regardless of the information that they had to show that it was not a good project."Perret said.ALSO, THE CAHABA GROUP WANTS THE COUNTY TO ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT WHY THEY CHOSE THIS SYTEM."We feel like there are a lot of questions that still haven't been answered and we're asking for a response to those.They're spending large amounts of public money and the public has a right to know," Perret said.
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Cahaba Group of the Sierra Club Local News
The November 21 session included Dennis Adams, Audrey Alverson, Jim Binnings, Joe Copeland, Jeannine Dorroh, Richard Dyar, Andy Freeland, Lisa Harris, Maggie Haughton, Del Kelso, Cecelia Latham, John Latham, B.J. Morgan, Paul Perret, Tom Powell, Margo Rebar, David Slobodin, Mallie Smith, John Walker, Joe Watts and Jianhua Zhang.
And I give myself another thumbs up for choosing to drive a car that goes further on a gallon of gas," said Alabama Sierra Club Chair and hybrid owner Paul Perret. Paul Perret, upon accepting the chairmanship of the Cahaba Group, Jan. 2002 This month, the Cahaba Group says goodbye to Paul Perret, our chairman for the past 3 years. Paul is not leaving Sierra or even the Cahaba Group, however. He's taking on more responsibilities on the ex-comm of the state chapter. During his tenure in office, Paul extended a hand to groups across the state: From the Shoals area to Gulf Shores, from Anniston to Tuscaloosa, Paul lent his support to efforts to save the TVA walking trail, prevent the incineration of chemical weapons, and raise awareness about CAFOs (Concentrated Animal Farming Operations), among other issues. And, yes, theses stories made the NEWS. Economics and the Environment As a financial planner, Paul also recognizes that most environmental threats are also economic insults to the average taxpayer (or ratepayer). He points to skyrocketing sewer rates as one example of "economic development" that John Q. Citizen cannot afford. Therefore, he often meets with faith-based and civic groups to share his message: "No public dollars should be used to promote private development that threatens a public resource. In the Birmingham area, some of those public resources include the Cahaba River and many other area streams that are being degraded from sprawling development. We know that Paul takes that philosophy with him to his new post in the Alabama Chapter of Sierra Club and that he'll be doing his level best to promote the state's natural treasures and opportunities for outdoors activities while bird-dogging those projects that would threaten Alabama's environment. We'll be Watching I have a feeling that, even if we don't see Paul at every monthly meeting of the Cahaba Group, we will be seeing him around. So, it's not really "Goodbye," Paul. F. Paul Perret, Chairman of the Cahaba Group Sierra Club
"It doesn't sound like it's completely dead," said Paul Perret, chairman of the Cahaba group of the Alabama Sierra Club Commissioner Barnett Lawley, head of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, told a crowd Thursday night at the park that he would not allow the paving of the Red Trail.Nor would there be immediate construction on a new golf course at the park, he said. Will people see the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources bring up the plan to pave the Red Trail again? "Not from me you won't," Lawley said. Some opponents of the plans still aren't convinced the state is giving up on them completely.