The waters become treacherous without warning and swimmers and fishers find themselves trapped in the current.
Dietrich is still seeking interested officials from law enforcement, the Department of Natural Resources, as well as fire personnel who would like to be part of the committee and help look for answers.
“I would like to get a meeting set up with all interested people within a three-week timeframe in order to give everyone enough time to put in on their calendars,” Dietrich said.
Anyone from Georgia Power, Department of Natural Resources, local law enforcement agencies, and the Oconee River Greenway who is interested in being a part of the committee and has not already spoken to Dietrich is encouraged to contact him for further information. Dietrich can be reached at 478-288-0927.
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