The Georgia legislature
did nothing but appoint a study committee,
but you can see why they should do more, in these
WWALS videos of the coal ash meeting in Valdosta
that was organized by Rev. Deacon Leeann Culbreath of Georgia Interfaith Power & Light (GIPL).
Thanks to Rev. Floyd Rose for the venue at Academy of Excellence on Lee Street.
Valdosta Daily Times covered this meeting,
but did not mention
the local landfill, which was a major topic of my presentation,
as you can see in
The Mayor of Valdosta disclaims any control over that landfill
and the Lowndes County Commission expressed no interest.
Nevermind both city and county governments have Continue reading
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VSU Geology Professor Can Denizman