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LOCAL ENVIRONMENT ISSUE 2 Local Environment Issue Chris Bolte 5/27/2011
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LOCAL ENVIRONMENT ISSUE 2 My address states I live in Huntley, Montana. I moved their about 5 years ago from neighboring Shepherd, which is across the Yellowstone River, about eight minutes away. I still consider myself a part of the Shepherd community. My children continue to go to school there, and it is where both my wife and I work. We are employed at the local steakhouse where she is a waitress and I am a bartender and cook. We know our customers well, as most of them are repeat locals, and are very personable with them. I guess you could say that it is one big happy family. Shepherd’s water is very hard, has a horrible taste, and has been dangerously toxic at times. The community seems to regularly have water issues. A substantial amount of the problem is due to pollution, from sewage treatment plants to mining, in our waterways (Gazette, 2010). Problems such as these are
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