|Tandy Raw Sewage Semi-Dried Riverbed|
As I was nearing the end of today's endorphin inducing aerobic stimulation, a convoy of Fort Worth Water Works trucks was making its way down the Tandy Highway towards the site of the recent massive raw sewage spill.
A convoy of Fort Worth Water Works trucks makes quite a loud racket, with a lot of beeping and revving engines, disrupting the peace and quiet of the Tandy Hills Natural Sanatorium Area.
As you see in the picture above, the river of raw sewage has ceased flowing down the Tandy Highway.
What remains is a riverbed of raw sewage muck.
Perhaps the convoy of Fort Worth Water Works trucks was heading towards doing some environmental cleanup.
I suspect, though, that that was not the case.
I really don't think very many people in this part of the planet are all that concerned about raw sewage flowing into creeks and rivers.
Though there was a matter of fact mention in this morning's Fort Worth Star-Telegram of the chronic problem of Fort Worth's water pipes and sanitary sewer pipes, breaking and spilling.
But, as we all know, we have more important things to worry about spending money on in Fort Worth than the water/sewer infrastructure. Or sidewalks.
The Trinity River Vision Boondoggle and its billion dollar price tag, that's the priority project for this town.
A town in dire need of having a little lake, some canals and an un-needed flood diversion channel to replace flood control levees which have worked fine for longer than half a century.
With all of Fort Worth's water main and sanitary sewer breaks I wonder if the town can lay claim to being the leakiest town in America?
Yet one more thing about Fort Worth that has towns far and wide Green with Envy.