PRIMM SPRINGS, Tenn. – Amanda Mathis and Rodes Hart, organizers of the Friends of Lick Creek, announced that the citizens’ group would hold a community meeting this Saturday, February 19 at Mount Pleasant Methodist Church to discuss the Water Authority of Dickson County (WADC) to build a sewage treatment plant in East Hickman that would discharge into Lick Creek. The meeting will take place from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. and is open to citizens, legislators and anyone interested.
In January 2022, the WADC notified residents of a proposed sewage treatment facility that would threaten wildlife, livestock, and residents near Lick Creek in East Hickman County. Ninety-seven percent of the 12 million gallons of wastewater treated at this proposed facility would come from Williamson and Dickson counties. The community meeting will provide an opportunity for citizens and leaders to discuss known details of the proposed project, share their thoughts and ask questions.
The community meeting will discuss the threat of a proposed sewage treatment plant to Lick Creek and nearby residents. It will be held Saturday, February 19, 5-6 p.m., at Mount Pleasant Methodist Church, 8310 Dog Creek Road, Primm Springs, TN 38476
Friends of Lick Creek
Friends of Lick Creek is a group of multi-generational families, residents and property owners who are organizing to get more information about the Water Authority of Dickson County sewage treatment plant project that would flow into Lick Creek. The Friends of Lick Creek would like to protect our resources, preserve what makes Hickman County unique, and share the beauty of Lick Creek with future generations. To learn more, visit our website https://savelickcreek.com/.