Ganus said a “neutral facilitator” will be on hand, as they don’t want to look like they’re forcing any decisions to be made. “We don’t want to look like we’re pushing any specific issue forward,” she said.
People with the Cumberland River Compact will listen to issues and concerns local people have with regard to the Little River, its tributaries and both water quality and quantity, among other issues, said Ganus. She also said they want to identify those issues and build a consensus on what is to be done about them.
In a press release, Ganus explained the Cumberland River Compact’s mission, and stated that they will provide seats, food and drinks during this and other such meetings.
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