Thumbnail for the article IT’S ABOUT TIME,  or  WADING THROUGH 30 YEARS OF WATER WARS
IT’S ABOUT TIME, or WADING THROUGH 30 YEARS OF WATER WARS
By: Clyde Morris, Attorney for the Lake Lanier Association   It turns out Justice Amy Coney Barrett has a gift for brevity. She sure made quick work of the Water […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article Florida v. Georgia: Unanimous decision in Georgia’s favor.
Florida v. Georgia: Unanimous decision in Georgia’s favor.
Holding: Florida failed to establish that Georgia’s overconsumption of interstate waters was either a substantial factor contributing to, or the sole cause of, Florida’s injuries. Judgment: Exceptions overruled, and case […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article ALERT – Quickly Rising Water Levels – February 22, 2019
ALERT – Quickly Rising Water Levels – February 22, 2019
This morning, the Chattachoochee and Chestatee Rivers are flowing at a combined 8,440 cubic feet per second, and the discharge at Buford Dam is 583 cfs, for a net inflow […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article Water Wars Update – February 2019
Water Wars Update – February 2019
WATER WARS: FLORIDA v. GEORGIA By: Clyde Morris, Legal Counsel to Lake Lanier Association Both States filed their supplemental briefs January 31 with Special Master Paul J. Kelly, Jr., and the […] Read More
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ALERT – quickly rising lake levels
Courtesy alert to Lake Lanier Association members: with the high rainfall around Lake Lanier and especially in the watershed above the lake, dock owners should make sure their docks, including […] Read More
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Lake Lanier Association Supports Concept of Forsyth Water Treatment Facility
In response to the announcement that Forsyth County is planning to site a new water treatment facility in North Forsyth County, the Lake Lanier Association has been responding individually to […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article HO HO HO – THERE’S HOLIDAY CHEER IN THE WATER WARS!
HO HO HO – THERE’S HOLIDAY CHEER IN THE WATER WARS!
Clyde Morris, Legal Counsel to the Lake Lanier Association, wrote the following summary of the most recent happenings with the U.S. Supreme Court for the benefit of Lake Lanier Association […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article Water Wars: The Supreme Court Dodges A Decision
Water Wars: The Supreme Court Dodges A Decision
The Supreme Court issued its long-awaited ruling on the Florida v. Georgia lawsuit wherein Florida sought an equitable apportionment of the waters in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin. Florida claimed that […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article Lake Lanier Association requests deviation of the WCM
Lake Lanier Association requests deviation of the WCM
The Lake Lanier Association has issued a request of U.S. Army Corps of Engineer Brigadier General Diana Holland to authorize a deviation of the Water Control Manual for Buford Dam […] Read More
Thumbnail for the article Lake level forecast for March 2018 projecting a two foot drop
Lake level forecast for March 2018 projecting a two foot drop
The lake has risen significantly over the past several weeks with rainfall in the right places for increasing inflows into Lake Lanier. In light of that, we have had a […] Read More
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Join us for our Volunteer Fair on Saturday, March 3rd 9am-12pm!
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Thumbnail for the article Lake Lanier Association revisits raising water levels
Lake Lanier Association revisits raising water levels
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