Update on a response to this post: “Hi Kim, interesting post about the steel co that was just north of UTA. I was a student or employee at UTA most of the years between 1968-96. When I started seeing my current doctor in Vienna about five years ago, she ordered blood tests on me and asked why my selenium levels were so high. She said “We never see such levels in Europe.” I think you may have solved the mystery for me. Thanks. I had no idea”.
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I bet they dumped regularly and with gusto into the Arlington groundwater….
Note the pictures below is the location of our present day police station at 201 N Cooper St in HISTORIC and PRESENT day I N D U S T R I A L I Z E D inner city frackland Arlington gasland Texas. I don’t sound too remorseful do I?
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From: kim feil <email@example.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 29, 2017 1:18 PM
Subject: Not ammunition plants this time but iron works plant(s) historic to Arlington
Thanks for your research to investigate historic ammunition depots (I was concerned about) that could be persistent in our watersheds in Arlington. Somewhat related is the iron works company in the 1940’s see attachments or this link…
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Luckily those smokestacks were small and so limited the acid rain fallout.
I’d be so unamerican to say GM needs to be relocated to a NOT so densely populated region….I am of course NOT being censored on my blog page and air my wish so frankly as a job hating person?…. the least GM of Arlington could do is feature electric cars being manufactured here…but NOOOO they do big ol’ SUV’s! With our history being so industrialized…why the frack did we ever allow fracking TOO in our neighborhoods? When will we learn that clean air & water cannot be sold to the highest bidder or mineral owner?