Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 18, 1974 · Page 7
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July 18, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Before State PSC SWEPCO De/enck Local Plant LITTLE ROCK (AP) Southwestern Klectric. Power Co. :and the Arkansas Electric Cooperative- Corp. defended Wednesday the effects of their proposed coal-fired power plant near. Gentry ori the water supply of the area. · The remarks were contained ~ in= stateinerifs presented to the A r k a n s a s Public Service Commission.. State .agencies have expressed concern. over the effect of the $100 million plant : on nearby waters. As a result of questions raised by the state agencies anc others, the PSC declared the statement on the nlant deficient and ordered them to answer additional questions. The state Pollution Control and Ecology Department also expressed reservations about the short stack on the plant. They suggested that the 241-foot stack would result in greater downwind concentrations '. of pollutants than had been predicted.. The utilities disputed that Wednesday. The utilities plan to form a 531 acre lake by damming Little Flint Creek rather than buik cooling towers. The Pollution Control and Ecology Department and th Arkansas Ecoloflv Center hat laid that .the lake would at imes pre-empt the entire flow of the creek and they wanted o know what the downstream effect would be. SEPCO-ARKCO replied that after the dam was built seepage would be one to two cuhi? feet per second which would probably exceed the present..-low flow. The utilities also said that the firm that was designing the lake had said that no leakage from the cooling lake was anti cipated. The companies said that groundwatw wells and springs would not become contaminalec hrough seepage and runoff. They also rejected contentions that there would be unacceptable thermal pollution from the use of the lake. Southwestern Electric said i was planning to contract will Ihe city of Siloam Springs to buy. additional water from the city's-lake on Flint Creek tc provide an alternate source o water for the lake. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Day* a W«eVI Gasoline Prices Remain Stable WASHINGTON (AP) - Gaso- ine prices remained stable lliis veek while the number of scr- ee stations operating on cve- .ings and weekends increased, according to the American An- omobile · Association. AAA said Tuesday lhal 76 pet- cent of Ihe 5.018 stations il con- acted in al stales except Aaska reported they were open and pumping gasoinc after G p.m. weekdays. Last week's survey showed 73 per cent of [he stations operating evenings The -percentage of station: open'after 6- p.m. on Saturday increased to 67 per cent, up one per cent, and the percentage o" stations open on Sunday in creased two per cet to 5V pei cent. Average premium gracti $i,no -eaZpnbevr Average premium 'gradi gasoline prices remained stabli for the fifth straight week at 61 cents a gallon, .AAA said, wh'ilft cgul;ir : grille (prices '\vere 50 cnls. ' unchanged in two nonths. Texas continued to have Ihe owost average 'gasoline puces 1 cents a gallon for regular met 54 cents for premium, lawaii remained the most ex- lensivc. with regular selling or 61 cents and premium for 64 cenls. The TIMES Is On Top of .The News Seven Days 1 a Week EXPERT WATCH REPAIR SWIFTS rt North nwv St. orthwet* Arkoniai ilMti, 'Ihuri., July lit, W/4 .YttTfVH.1.1, «RK«M»At ' IfWfcWHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Right Now . 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