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Unformatted text preview: It also comes as little shock to me as a reader due to the fact the LaCamas Lake clean up effort has been slow moving for the last 15 years. Overshadowing sites like this Chevron Bulk Plant makes me wonder what else is going on close to me, my water and my friends fishing hole. With rumors of the Mill closing it also wonder who will take responsibility for the massive clean up that site will require. Changing owners five times in recent history I would imagine clean up could be locked in legal litigation for far to long. Little did I know that pesky Chevron has a site similar with in a bike ride from my home, and a stones throw from a friend’s apartment. The narrow stripe of land next to it was deemed unfit for residential homes, due to soil content. Which makes me wonder, if they had time to build storage units why couldn’t they have just cleaned it up?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course HUM 331 taught by Professor Biss during the Spring '08 term at Portland State.
- Spring '08