Gregg Prevails in Sewer Dispute
Joseph A. Gregg prevailed in a dispute between a group of homeowners and a regional water and sewer district. The water and sewer district insisted the homeowners tap into an existing force main sewer (using grinder pumps) and pay for infrastructure improvements to their properties. The homeowners, who Mr. Gregg represented, fought the decision and prevailed when the local health district agreed to a variance.
Mr. Gregg concentrates his practice on environmental law and litigation as well as litigation of workers' compensation cases. He has represented large and small public and private entities and individuals in environmental permitting, enforcement, corrective action, Voluntary Action Plan clean-ups, regulatory compliance, Superfund litigation and participation in PRP groups and cases arising under RCRA, the Clean Water Act, the Clean Air Act and a myriad of other federal and state environmental statutes and regulations.