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Tuesday, December 5, 2006

Happy e-mail

Posted By on Tue, Dec 5, 2006 at 8:13 PM

Scanning my e-mail tonight, I see a notice on the Coalition of Little Rock Neighborhoods list that the SW LR neighborhoods have a legal representative on the ground and marking the sparrow's fall on every action by garbage giant BFI to build a mountain of smelly waste in the Fourche Bottoms. They hope to trade a park built on their toxic dump for a massive expansion of the existing landfill on Mabelvale Pike. The grassroots are activated. It's interesting to watch. All CLRN needs is a friendly web designer to put up a pro forma web page to capture all the documents that are generated in this debate so we could link everything.

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