Monday, June 27, 2005

Mr. Chester wrote...

'The cumulative impacts of this additional dredging heighten our concerns for habitat loss.'... in his reason for NOT dredging the Ottawa River. Read all about it in this article at Dredging plan could be sinking Remember this as Mr. Chester continues to exude his 'superiority' over our little piece of Michigan here along the Tittabawassee River floodplain. What will happen to the wildlife we now enjoy in our backyards if 'King Steve' has his way with us? For somebody who so strongly advocates the precautionary principle, he also seems to be an avid user of situational ethics, eh?

God bless and keep Dr. Vernon Stenger, a pioneer in working with and controlling dioxin, who died last week at the tender age of 97. Dr. Stenger was a scientist at Dow and a musician with the Midland Symphony. He was also a friend of our own Howard Vasold, a fellow musician, who was involved with the Saginaw Symphony Orchestra.

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