If you are like me, we have been waiting all year for the weather to get warm. It will be great to start the outdoor activities. The only thing is that there are so many good things to do.
Recently, there was some question about the water quality in the Beth-Center School District.
There are several developments that you should be aware of that are taking place. These developments will be a big benefit to our area as a whole.
If you are like me, you don’t know what to believe now.
At present, there is a lot of testing going on with our current water supplies.
A few articles ago, I wrote about the cancer rate in children from 0 to 4 years old. According to government sources, the cancer rate was 35.1 percent higher in counties where fracking occurred versus those counties without fracking.
I have been educating myself and studying the water quality for several years now, and the one thing I have learned is that nothing makes sense. The type of chemicals that one would think should be present in certain types of discharges are not there and those chemicals that should not be in the discharges are present.
It seems that whenever a governmental agency is called on for the truth, the answers are vague or not forthcoming. One would think that our government is here to protect us, but how many of you believe that today? In the following column, I will attempt to describe what I have come to know about how the government protects you.
It is Christmas Day and I am writing this article. I know of no better Christmas present than the truth.
Well, when I look back over the year, I must say I am disappointed. So much has come to light about our water quality in the area and nothing has been done to address the issue.