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Published: Wednesday, Oct. 2 2013 10:55 a.m. MDT

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Taylorsville, UT

Is it sustainable operation is what we should know about. For how long and when will the cleanup of this contamination commit ed to? Is this corroboration mean we the people of Utah are funding the cleanup of water used by the Mill and smelters in processing for minerals from Kenecott mine?

Very little information but a lot of feel good propaganda being written off at public expense.

If the water is so clean after the Osmosis process why are the pumping it back into the GSL and recontaminate it? When water usually goes through an Osmosis purification process its should be cleaner and safer than any bottled water or home purification system can compete with.

Still don't see the justification of the State funding and cost attributed to the Jordanelle bond on homes and property it was never included in the Jordanelle bonding process 50 years ago? This Jordanelle bond has been getting abused and people unfairly taxed for many projects it was never intended to be used for. It has become a tax bond without any vote or authorization to even still exist.

Its time to repeal this bond and make the state justify its continued illegal taxation.

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