I was reading some more in my largely inherited home library the other day, and I ran across a 1939 Americana Annual for the Grolier Society. It had an article on the TVA from which most of this post material is derived. I have no idea how accurate or current it was in 1939, but it was probably pretty close. According to the Grolier Society, it was the great American depression era and President Franklin D.
Turns out that this public agency -- the Tennessee Valley Authority -- is not at all interested in hearing from the public. Yesterday morning, NRDC issued an action alert on our website urging people to ask TVA to cover the costs of... Read Post
The major coal ash spill in Roane County, Tenn., which destroyed homes and has poisoned and gummed up portions of the Emory River, will get more national attention at the end of the week. The Tennessee Valley Authority, the federall... Read Post