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|Business Article 3708: 31-Mar-09
Now Is The Time to Speak Up For Karn/Weadock Clean Coal Plant
By: Bay Area Chamber of Commerce
"The BUZZ" - Read Feedback From Readers!
On May 28, 2009
at 04:47 PM
I believe the best reason for encouragement is that it will help to fill the gap as we turn to alternate energy. Alternate energy producers are just now on the horizon of practicability. There will be years of improving the reliability of these products. In the interim the Karn/Weadock project should be welcomed because there may be important information gleaned from these projects that would make "clean coal" a real possibility in our energy future.
On September 28, 2009
at 06:51 AM
AIR QUALITY AND WATER QUALITY HAS TOO LONG SUFFERED FROM INADEQUATE REGULATION IN THIS STATE. CONSUMERS HAS NOT BEEN GOOD STEWARD OF EITHER . PROVE THIS IS GOING TO BE DIFFERENT SITUATION .. WITH MAJOR MANUFACTURING MOVING AWAY FROM MICHIGAN WHAT REASON DO WE HAVE TO INCREASE POWER GENERATION ??? MICHIGANS AIR QUALITY LAWS ARE LOWEST IN THE NATION AND WE ARE ATTRACTIVE TO COAL PRODUCERS BECAUSE OF LAX REGULATION. WHY ELSE BUILD HERE AND SELL TO OTHER STATES?? WE ARE CHEAP AND EASY .. I SAY ENOUGH ..SINCERELY
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