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Meeting Wed. on waste lawsuit

WTC rep plans to attend, but not state DEP

August 20, 2013

Clean Water Action will hold a public meeting on Wednesday to discuss its pending lawsuit that says the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection allows Waste Treatment Corporation to......

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Aug-26-13 4:14 PM

"Waste Water Treatment has violated their discharge permit nearly 400 times since 2010" (Quote from Arnowitt). Yet, the moderator says he would like to see WTC get a half million to upgrade his plant. Does anyone else think that is a good idea?? Sounds like someone running for office. When does the river cleanup begin?

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Aug-26-13 4:07 PM

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Aug-21-13 11:10 PM

It is SSOOO ok to urinate in your water supply and chop down the trees on your property..just as long as the rich oil and natural companies keep hiking your rates??? "PRO" money types are buffoons.

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Aug-21-13 9:16 AM

I applaud the Warren Times Observer for placing this Public Meeting announcement front page, and for publishing the excellent letter to the editor in today's paper. Thank you and keep up the full, factual reporting. The truth and solutions, to very real and indeed statewide problems, seems overwhelming. Yet, we are all adults and can be smart, questioning, active community members. Hopefully our community will stop referring to citizen groups, who follow up truth and the democratic process, as "enviro-groups" or "anarchists" and wake up to reality. The egregious failures of the State DEP/appointed Director is the larger issue and should be seen in state and National papers.

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Aug-20-13 10:37 AM

Yeah, but these people are money-grubbing anarchists. Who holda a public meeting to explain the lawsuit they just filed? They want publicity and money, and the newspaper is playing right into their hands. Should have been a two-paragraph brief item. They're using the courts to legally shake down the company.

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Aug-20-13 12:49 AM

And this pending will go nowhere, just like the big opposition to the Bear Lake injection wells.

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