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208 Water Quality Management Plan

208 Water Quality Management Plan

In the early 1970's, the Governor of Ohio under the provisions of the Clean Water Act, designated Eastgate, formerly Eastgate Development and Transportation Agency (EDATA), as the planning agency for Mahoning and Trumbull Counties. Under Section 208 of the Clean Water Act, each designated planning agency was to create and submit a plan identifying alternatives to wastewater management.

Mill Creek Watershed Habitat Assessment

Mill Creek Watershed Habitat Assessment

Eastgate and Mill Creek MetroParks assessed the habitat conditions of thirteen stream sites within the Mill Creek Watershed. Assessment locations (Table 1, Figure 1) were identified along the mainstem of Mill Creek, as well as Turkey Creek, Sawmill Run, Indian Run, Cranberry Run, Anderson Macachee Run, Ax Factory Run, and Bears Den Run.

Trumbull Mahoning Green Pact

Trumbull Mahoning Green Pact

We, the community leaders of Trumbull & Mahoning Counties, Ohio, are committed to enhancing and protecting the quality of life and improving the economic vibrancy of the region. With this Green Pact, we affirm that it is in the best interest of our residents, business community and natural environment to take practical steps that protect our air and water, preserve natural resources, increase green space, reduce our consumption of raw materials and increase recycling.

EPAC Bylaws April 2010

EPAC Bylaws April 2010

The Eastgate Environmental Planning Advisory Committee (EPAC) is hereby created as an organized voluntary association of local units of government, public agencies, and organizations within Mahoning and Trumbull Counties that have regulatory and/or advisory environmental responsibilities.

Yellow Creek Watershed Action Plan

Yellow Creek Watershed Action Plan

This document establishes the Watershed Action Plan (WAP) for the Yellow Creek Watershed, a sub watershed of the Mahoning River, is located in northeastern Columbiana County and eastern Mahoning County. The goal of the WAP is to describe the watershed’s characteristics and water quality, while addressing water quality impairments and habitat alterations within the watershed.

208 Plan Amendment Process

208 Plan Amendment Process

Typically, for each Facilities Planning Area (FPA), a single government entity is designated as the Primary Management Agency (MA), and as such, possesses the right to plan for wastewater conveyance and treatment within their designated facility planning area boundaries.