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  • Ok so I just watched last night’s meeting on line. Amazing, this issue has been discussed and covered for years now yet we still have people who refuse to face facts.

    David Hagan, Joe Truman and Gabriel Soliz should be ashamed at their ignorance over this issue. I cannot imagine what Joe Truman’s problem with this is, I assume since he knows there are 4 votes to support it he is being cowardly and appeasing a few people with his vote. I have heard David Hagan regrets his decision to fight this, He know he’s’ wrong yet his pride and arrogance won’t let him be honest? And then there’s Gabriel, your guess is a good as mine, again I assume it’s all about him and his ability to win a few votes, the hell with the rest of the taxpayers.

    IT WOULD COST TAXPAYERS MILLIONS TO LOCATE THE PLANT ELSWHERE! GET IT???

    May 9, 2012 at 8:58 a.m.
  • Rufus,
    BO is BO. Not Earthy/musty smell.

    The article even went on to describe what was meant by Earthy/Musty.

    Fresh tilled soil.
    That is NOT an offensive odor.

    So how does it feel there Rufus? Your whole basis for your LTE is based in a false strawman argument.
    FAIL.

    May 9, 2012 at 2:42 a.m.
  • What's this gonna cost us? At $500/ft, what is going to be the price to move the line? At most, how many people are going to be effected by the smell of "fresthly turned earth" Where were youk during the planning meetings? Too little, too late.

    May 8, 2012 at 11:41 p.m.