This reminds me of the line from Fresh Prince. "Ok, I'm going on this
Save The Ozon Layer Celebrity Bus next saturday. We're going to take the
bus all over town to protest air pollution, and then we're going to motor
to the beach and have a big bonfire." Then Will Smith says,
"I'm not an expert or anything but don't you think that driving a
big old bus around town and then having a bonfire sort of adding to the problem
Our political leaders, travel many miles by airplanes.Does anyone
get concerned with the pollution these planes put out?
Doesn't she know that private companies rule in Utah?
So what do you propose happens to the Geneva Steel sight?I personally know
the family of the farmer that was forced to sell off their farm to Geneva
Steel.(Yes they are old men).Shouldn't they get their land back? At
the below value price they were originally given for it.There are so few
people in these pictures, it is hard to take these people serious.Please
keep your big business, massive numbers of people and your protesters up along
the Wasatch Front. In "Hicktown" we like to keep it clean.
Keep up the good work, Erin!Then head south to Utah County to help put a
stop to the development of the land that housed Geneva Steel in Orem.
"Stericycle could not be reached for comment." Of course, but though
they can run - they can't hide, at least not with Brockovich's team on
this case. A lot of North Salt Lake citizens opposed the siting of
Stericycle within their city, and some of industrial firms in the business park
also opposed it, but in the end Stericycle won. I've often wondered what
palms were greased in North Salt Lake city government. NSL's behavior is
typical hicktown business influence developer politics. Finally now
Stericycle's behavior is too much even for the city council to bear. But
how many serious illnesses have been spawned by this disaster? This must become