The county had already begun preliminary work, according to county commissioner Bebe Heiskell, when the Georgia Environmental Protection Division declared that more paperwork was necessary.
"We turned in our plan to EPD and it was approved and they came back down while they were putting it in and said they wanted us to do a soil and sedimentation erosion plan for every linear mile," she said.
"The engineer talked to me yesterday and said we could go back to work on the 11th," said Heiskell Friday, Sept. 7. "So we’ve been stalled until the 11.
Work is expected to begin again on Tuesday, Sept. 11.