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Farmers and lawmakers are asking for a change in Kansas law so they can stop the possibility of polluting a small reservoir in Johnson County. The project would add a 300-foot underground pipeline and storm sewer to a tributary of the Kaw River in Coffeyville. County farmers have grown increasingly worried about the project, and several county commissioners have asked the state legislature to pass an amendment requiring public notice for construction projects that could contaminate a protected stream. "We don't want to go through the process of building a pipeline and then having the county commissioners have to say, ‘Wait a minute. We don't think this is a good thing,'" said Johnson County Commissioner Marva Trapp. "Why not just tell us up front? It's not worth the risk, and it's not worth taking a chance with people's water supply." The pipeline project, which is being proposed by G&K Pipeline of Wichita, would be to replace an old storm drain that has backed up water into the Kaw River. Trapp said the old storm drain has already led to several water pollution incidents in the area. She said there have been problems with e-coli and algal blooms, and said it's not hard to imagine how the pollution could get worse if the old drain was not replaced. "The idea that the county doesn't have jurisdiction in a watershed like that is ludicrous," Trapp said. "We're in the same stream." The county already has a procedure for building a pipe in the creek, Trapp said, but adding a pump station and a storm sewer are not part of that process. G&K Pipeline said the project would cost about $12 million. Commissioner Ron Lewis said he thinks the project would be beneficial to the area, but that he has a problem with how it was built without the public being told. "I think that's a good thing if you want to build a sewer," Lewis said. "The problem is, we're sort of in a hole. I don't think it's been advertised. It seems to me the county has more responsibility than the private sector does, as far as building water systems." The Kansas Department of Health and Environment has concerns about the project and said it could be done in a way that would not pollute the water. Commissioner Sheilah Haile said the project has not yet been approved by the Health




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