The CTRA Annual Meeting was held on Monday, April 22rd in the Wisner Center at the Cascade Library. Attendees got the latest updates on the airport glycol issues.
The latest plan from the Gerald R. Ford International Airport for processing the water entering the Thornapple River is contained in this presentation. They are still expecting to discharge 60% of their glycol into the river. click here
A YouTube video is available to help explain the key issues concerning the impact of the Gerald R. Ford International Airport on the water entering the Thornapple River. click here
To see our full page devoted to Airport issues click here Be sure to read about the latest developments.
Mission. The purpose of this organization is to protect and perpetuate the natural resources in and around the Thornapple River, Kent County, Michigan from the Cascade Dam south to the Alaska Bridge (68th Street). This organization shall also inform and educate riverside residents of their obligations to protect the environmental integrity of the river and encourage safe and responsible operation of watercraft. This organization shall also provide a single entity for riverside residents to deal with commercial businesses and governmental agencies in order to accomplish the purposes of this organization. This organization shall also engage in other activities to improve property values and enhance the experience of riverside living.
Last updated 5/13/2013 All Images unless specified belong to the CTRA.