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Re: “Blackbirds dead, not singing, in the night

The property at the south end of the dead zone has been used as a landfill and dump for years. The remains of the school, destroyed by the 1999 tornado, is buried beneath it along with construction debris later dumped on top.

Funny any of the news reports did not mention that after the December flood of last year 18 dead ducks were recovered and none were sent in for testing. Why would dead ducks show up after flooding? I thought ducks could swim.

Maybe the birds died from the mold vapors that are in the air from the abandoned, flooded out houses. Just last week one of these houses was demolished disturbing the ground it was on.

The contractor who demolished this house was told by the city not to burn anything or he would be arrested. Beebe does not enforce any burning regulations because people burn in their yards all year long. When new houses are built in Beebe contractors burn their debris so why was this house any different?

Dead ducks, dead blackbirds what is going on in Beebe?

Posted by time will tell on 01/02/2011 at 2:21 PM

 

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