|Posted by Allen Stasiewski / WEAL VP on February 7, 2013 at 9:50 AM|
Typical Pollutants And Their Sources Found in Runoff from Roads and Highways*
*Adapted from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Guidance Specifying Management Measurements for Sources of Non Point Pollution in Coastal Waters, Washington, D.C.: Office of Water, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 1997 and Federal Highway Administration. Sources and Mitigation of Highway Runoff Pollutants, Washington, D.C.: Federal Highway Administration, 1984.
|Posted by Allen Stasiewski / WEAL VP on November 26, 2012 at 8:40 PM|
A Reminder! Please attend the Waukesha County Board Meeting on Tuesday night to show your strong opposition to the West Waukesha Bypass Expansion!! There are only a few opportunities left to stop or slow down this project! This might be one of them!
Even if the County Board approves this resolution on the Bypass, we have to be there to let our elected officials know that there are consequences to their actions. We will keep track of the vote and will let all Coalition members know how each Board member voted later in the week.
We hope to see you there!
Date: Tuesday November 27, 2012
Time: 7:00 pm
Waukesha County Courthouse
515 West Moreland Boulevard
|Posted by Allen Stasiewski / WEAL VP on November 4, 2011 at 10:20 PM|
Help defeat the Polluters Over People Bill, which would give companies free reign to pollute in Wisconsin, while taking away public say. Learn more here.
Because we have an excellent chance of stopping this bill either in committee or in the Senate if it comes to a vote (most likely this week*), we're keeping up constant, targeted pressure on key members of the Senate.
Senator Kedzie, chair of the Senate Committee on Natural Resources and author of the Polluters Over People Bill needs to hear from you. Please call Senator Kezie at 608-266-2635 and tell him you oppose the Polluters Over People Bill (Special Session Bill 24).
|Posted by Allen Stasiewski / WEAL VP on July 23, 2011 at 1:43 PM|
It's time to cancel this huge $51+ million project. Its a road expansion looking for a reason! All this money for a new 4 lane highway when a few left hand turn lanes would speed traffic along! Sure, improve safety of the existing roads but lets not pretend that we need this new super road. If we truly need a Waukesha bypass lets plan on using Hwy 83 to the west. Its already being expanded to 4 lanes and will be expanded all the way to Hwy 94 someday. Stop this unnecessary waste of $51 million. This money would go a long way toward improving all the potholed and cracked roadways that we currently can't afford to fix all over Waukesha County! Lets use some common sense and not build this road just because it's been on a map for 40 years.
|Posted by Allen Stasiewski / WEAL VP on April 3, 2011 at 9:33 PM|
|Posted by Allen Stasiewski / WEAL VP on March 23, 2011 at 7:04 PM|
|Posted by webmaster on February 17, 2011 at 8:00 PM|
If Governor Walker was really looking for a quick win on behalf of the state budget shortfall he'd cancel the state's contribution to the Waukesha Bypass. With one phone call the Governor could save the State $38 million! With safety improvements on current roads there would be no need to build this mega-highway. The fact that this hasn't yet been done brings the Governors true motives into question! In addition, lets be honest, this "bypass" isn't really a bypass, its an expensive road expansion project. It might have been a bypass 25 years ago, but today its just a line on an city map!
by Allen Stasiewski, VP WEAL
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