Well, look what I found in the Lexington Dispatch: http://www.the-dispatch.com/article/20130621/NEWS/306219986/1006?Ti...
The Trading Ford Historic District Preservation Association is the latest organization to announce its support for Alcoa's relicensing of its hydroelectric dams along the Yadkin River.
The association formally endorsed the Relicensing Settlement Agreement in a filing with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission earlier this month, according to a press release.
The relicensing agreement is now formally supported by 26 organizations, including North Carolina and South Carolina state agencies, local governments along the Yadkin River, environmental organizations, homeowner associations and recreational users.
"The relicensing of the Yadkin Project is in the best interests of cultural resources in the Yadkin Project area, and is beneficial to the public in Davie, Davidson, Montgomery, Rowan and Stanly counties," reads a certificate signed by Ann Brownlee, president of the Trading Ford Historic District Preservation Association.
The Trading Ford Historic District Preservation Association has been an active participant in the relicensing process for nearly a decade. It joins Stanly County and Davidson County as groups that have formally added their names to the list of relicensing supporters this year.
Not that it's a big surprise, just a technicality. I had gone through the parallel Section 106 process which dealt with historic properties rather than the settlement negotiation process. Just thought it would be good to officially get our name on the RSA.