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Holley Navarre sewage spill allegedly intentional

Holley Navarre sewage spill allegedly intentional

A spill of roughly 250 gallons of raw sewage Oct. 10 at a Holley Navarre Water System (HNWS) treatment plant appears to have been intentional according to a letter provided to Navarre Press from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). The letter contains a written account of the actions leading up to and including […]

Holley Navarre sewage spill under investigation

Holley Navarre sewage spill under investigation

Holley Navarre Water System reported spill of 250 gallons of raw sewage at the utility’s Holley treatment plant off Gordon Evans Road earlier this month.  According to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP), the spill came from a VAC truck and appears to have been contained to the site. It was reported Oct. 18.  […]

Holley-Navarre Water sewage leak

Holley-Navarre Water sewage leak

State-mandated monitoring by Holley-Navarre Water System of the William’s Creek sewage spill revealed fecal bacteria levels reached nearly 35 times the Florida Department of Environmental Protection’s (FDEP) recommended maximum days after the initial spill. After more than a week of elevated fecal bacteria levels, required monitoring ceased Monday, Oct. 24 after colony numbers returned to […]

Sewage leak at Williams Creek

Sewage leak at Williams Creek

A break in a Holley-Navarre Water System (HNWS) wastewater main was discovered Wednesday, Oct. 12 at the culvert at William’s Creek and U.S. Highway 98 in Navarre.  HNWS staff discovered the break at 2:30 p.m. where the main crosses underneath the culvert.  The pipe was shut down by HNWS. Since Wednesday, repairs were made to […]

Holley-Navarre Water wants beach utility for free

Holley-Navarre Water wants beach utility for free

  In corporate mergers, the deals sometimes include exchanges of stock, assumption of debt or cash paid by the acquiring company. But in Holley-Navarre Water System’s proposed acquisition of Navarre Beach Water System, the small county-owned utility would essentially be gifted to the mainland  nonprofit. “We won’t pay anything,” said Paul Gardner, Holley-Navarre’s general manager. […]