Drinking Water HDPE Piping not Benzene Resistant use larger diameter or composite in our MSD & Urban Drilling Arlington TX town

pe piping can be more protective from fracking

While more expensive, a composite pipe would give more protection against soil contaminants. Video link

See what happens when you concern a resident about industrial processes all over town….

Update 3/31/2019
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Richard L. Guldi <rlguldi77@gmail.com>; Zacariah Hildenbrand <zac@informenv.com>
Cc: Victoria Myers <victoria.farrar-myers@arlingtontx.gov>; Craig Cummings <craig.cummings@arlingtontx.gov>; Roxanne Thalman <roxanne.thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Shepard <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Jeff Williams <jeff.williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Sheri Capehart <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Trey Yelverton <trey.yelverton@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <helen.moise@arlingtontx.gov>; Jim Parajon <jim.parajon@arlingtontx.gov>; Jason M. Allen <jmallen@cbs.com>; Cynthia Simmons <cynthia.simmons@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Sunday, March 31, 2019, 6:34:32 PM CDT
Subject: Fw: NSF61 will not comment on HDPE piping’s risk if installed in Benzene contaminated soil/known MSDS area…or unknown near fracking
Zack, years ago I gave you a CD with that I obtained from an open records report from the City of Arlington regarding an MSD near my home, https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2013/06/20/economic-development-expedited-in-ignoring-known-contamination-in-arlington-texas/. It contained proof that all the water well owners in a 3 or 5 mile area were informed that they have a chance to public comment on the (then) pending MSD 12-1 ref project #95127039.2A at 305 N East St, Arlington TX 76011 and that they will forever be banned from using their existing water wells for potable water purposes.
And so the City admits it is a risk to have ANY drinking water piping in a Brownfield area…..and yet when they approved the MSD by my house where the engineering soil testing report said the pollution from an old gasoline station at East and Division “based on the available, analytical data, it is likely that the Contaminants of Concern detected in ground water at the proposed MSD 12-1 site exceed assessment levels off-site as well.”  is hundreds of feet away from my home, they made no move to redo the piping in the residential areas or alert us …….and my husband did get cancer in 2013.
We may never be able to prove harm and likely the City will not ever take responsibility to prove they did NOT harm us, so I must now test the soil near my home to see if benzene is present near where our drinking water comes in? The Terracon report had 11 monitoring wells and well #3 exceeded the Benzene 544 times the TCEQ PST threshold for water.
 
As the City likes to mix industrial with residential, and with MSD’s forever forgiving environmental clean up where the City provides “safe” drinking water yet takes no responsibility to alert those nearby without water wells is not in the best interest of the health of Arlington residents as the spirit of protection falls short when they allow drinking water piping to exist risking COC’s permeating the piping in an known MSD.
Kim Feil https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/ TEX LG. CODE ANN. A§ 253.005 : Texas Statutes – Section 253.005: LEASE OF OIL, GAS, OR MINERAL LAND “(c) A well may not be drilled in the thickly settled part of the municipality..” Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Part 1, Chapter 101, Subchapter A, Rule 101.4, Environmental Quality, Nuisance No person shall discharge from any source whatsoever one or more air contaminants or combinations thereof, in such concentration and of such duration as are or may tend to be injurious to or to adversely affect human health or welfare, animal life, vegetation, or property, or as to interfere with the normal use and enjoyment of animal life, vegetation, or property. To op-out from blind copied emails, hit the reply button and request on the subject line or in the subject text. Feedback is encouraged.
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From: Craig Cummings <Craig.Cummings@arlingtontx.gov>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 11:38:31 AM CDT
Subject: RE: NSF61 will not comment on HDPE piping’s risk if installed in Benzene contaminated soil/known MSDS area…or unknown near fracking

Kim,

Both HDPE and PVC are NSF certified. For further information on that certification, you would need to contact NSF.

Arlington does not test soil before the installation of HDPE or PVC as it would not be cost-effective to do so. Most pipe installation occur in residential areas where there is little chance that benzene (most likely from a previously leaking underground storage tank) would be present. As such, testing would not be based on  any knowledge or evidence of any contamination and would be an unnecessary cost to borne by Arlington Water Utilities ratepayers.

In areas where a known spill/leak has occurred, AWU will avoid installation of drinking water piping altogether. If that is not possible, piping materials other than PVC and HDPE, such as ductile iron pipe with petrochemical resistant gaskets and copper service lines, would be utilized.

Unfortunately, with your list of questions, I am unable to devote the time to answer them as I have numerous other issues that I must address.

If you have questions on subjects that appear in public records, please submit an Open Records Request.

Respectfully

Craig

From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net> 
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 9:50 AM
To: Craig Cummings <Craig.Cummings@arlingtontx.gov>
Cc: Victoria Farrar-Myers <Victoria.Farrar-Myers@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <Kathryn.Wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <Michael.Glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <Lana.Wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Roxanne Thalman <Roxanne.Thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Shepard <Robert.Shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Sheri Capehart <Sheri.Capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Jeff Williams <Jeff.Williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <Helen.Moise@arlingtontx.gov>
Subject: NSF61 will not comment on HDPE piping’s risk if installed in Benzene contaminated soil/known MSDS area…or unknown near fracking

Does the City test the soil before using HDPE?…I already know that no manufacturer will guarantee it to be resistant to Benzene leaching in or out of plastic piping. Then Senator Wendy Davis years ago expressed concern for using plastic piping to move fracking waste water to a Ft Worth treatment plant at the Chesapeake Brentwood Station. If only someone would test the soil where that piping is/was used and see if any Benzene leached out into the soil, then we’d know how much risk we take in continuing to use HDPE in an MSD and fracking friendly town. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2018/03/20/drinking-water-hdpe-piping-not-benzene-resistant-use-larger-diameter-or-composite-in-our-msd-urban-drilling-arlington-tx-town/

Will the City take measures to enact an MSD so that HDPE or any kind of plastic piping for drinking water purposes will NOT be used where a gasoline station used to be, or near where drilling has occurred?

What about the fuel spill at the water treatment plant?

What about the historic underground storage tanks holding (or held) fuel at the water treatment plants being decommissioned?

Got any plastic piping communicating with any potential spillage there or under the ground at our water treatment plants?

Or does this need to be put on an agenda item so that a consultant can test and answer these questions?

To leave them unanswered is not protective of public health.

Thanks in advance for your cooperation in getting these questions answered.

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From: Info, Nsf <info@nsf.org>

To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>

Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 9:11:33 AM CDT

Subject: RE: Request to email Pre-chlorinated HDPE pipe (pipe bursting) NSF61 certification document

Hi Kim,

I am not familiar with pre-chlorinated HDPE as a product. The HDPE pipes in the listing link provided below are certified for contact with drinking water. The chlorination process is part of putting the water lines into service and would be part of the product’s instructions as well as follow local plumbing and drinking water codes.

Our technical team confirmed that the third question is not something we would comment on.

If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.

Thank you for your message,

Mindy Costello, RS MS

Consumer Information, Communications

+1 800 673 8010   info@nsf.org       

NSF International nsf.org

789 N. Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI, 48105 USA

From: kim feil [mailto:kimfeil@sbcglobal.net
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 10:03 AM
To: Info, Nsf <info@nsf.org>
Subject: Re: Request to email Pre-chlorinated HDPE pipe (pipe bursting) NSF61 certification document

Thank you. so these are the approved manufacturers and our American companies buy the piping, and so the pre-chlorinated HDPE certification listings would then also be found where?

On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 8:06:50 AM CDT, Info, Nsf <info@nsf.org> wrote:

Hello Kim,

Thank you for contacting NSF International.  Here are the answers to your questions.

1.       This is the list of standard 61 HDPE pipe certified by NSF International: http://info.nsf.org/Certified/PwsComponents/Listings.asp?TradeName=&StandardExt=&MaterialType=HDPE&ProductType=Pipe&PlantState=&PlantCountry=&PlantRegion=&Standard=061

2.       There are no historical listings of “past” certified products. In regard to the material type, there are PVC pipes in our current standard 61 certification listings.

3.       I’ll get input from our technical team and get back to you on this specific inquiry.

Certification to standard 61 is verification that the pipe/component does not introduce anything harmful into the water at an unsafe level (according to the requirements of EPA and Health Canada for drinking water).

If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.

Thank you for your message,

Mindy Costello, RS MS

Consumer Information, Communications

+1 800 673 8010   info@nsf.org       

NSF International nsf.org

789 N. Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI, 48105 USA

From: kim feil [mailto:kimfeil@sbcglobal.net
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 6:44 PM
To: Info, Nsf <info@nsf.org>
Cc: Craig Cummings <craig.cummings@arlingtontx.gov>
Subject: Request to email Pre-chlorinated HDPE pipe (pipe bursting) NSF61 certification document

Three requests please,…

1) HDPE piping is being used for trenchless digging/pipe bursting and I can’t find the certification details on this link you provide, Listing Category Search Page | NSF International

Text Box:

Listing Category Search Page | NSF International

2) Back in 2008 I saw we were using PVC for the trenchless project, and was that NSF certified?

I was given this pdf on PE, but need info on HDPE as referenced above

3) Can NSF agree that there exists any type of plastic NON-permeable to the Houdini of hydrocarbons, Benzene, which is on the MSDS sheets for fracking and naturally occuring in the mining industry?

 Thank for your your responses on the above 3 issues.

Kim Feil

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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Zacariah Hildenbrand <zac@informenv.com>
Cc: Kevin A. Schug <kschug@uta.edu>
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 10:01:50 AM CDT
Subject: Fw: NSF61 will not comment on HDPE piping’s risk if installed in Benzene contaminated soil/known MSDS area…or unknown near fracking
So you guys interested in seeing if that pilot project in Ft Worth at the Brentwood Compressor station in having received piped in with plastic piping waste water from about 6 frack sites for over a couple of years? leached Benzene into the spoil?
You would get accolades for disclosing this so that towns are on alert to not use the trenchless digging process to piggyback plastic inside of metal in upgrading/repairing water piping leaks.
Kim
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Craig Cummings <craig.cummings@arlingtontx.gov>
Cc: Victoria Myers <victoria.farrar-myers@arlingtontx.gov>; Kathryn Wilemon <kathryn.wilemon@arlingtontx.gov>; Michael Glaspie <michael.glaspie@arlingtontx.gov>; Lana Wolff <lana.wolff@arlingtontx.gov>; Roxanne Thalman <roxanne.thalman@arlingtontx.gov>; Robert Shepard <robert.shepard@arlingtontx.gov>; Sheri Capehart <sheri.capehart@arlingtontx.gov>; Jeff Williams <jeff.williams@arlingtontx.gov>; Helen Moise <helen.moise@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 9:50:03 AM CDT
Subject: NSF61 will not comment on HDPE piping’s risk if installed in Benzene contaminated soil/known MSDS area…or unknown near fracking
Does the City test the soil before using HDPE?…I already know that no manufacturer will guarantee it to be resistant to Benzene leaching in or out of plastic piping. Then Senator Wendy Davis years ago expressed concern for using plastic piping to move fracking waste water to a Ft Worth treatment plant at the Chesapeake Brentwood Station. If only someone would test the soil where that piping is/was used and see if any Benzene leached out into the soil, then we’d know how much risk we take in continuing to use HDPE in an MSD and fracking friendly town. https://barnettshalehell.wordpress.com/2018/03/20/drinking-water-hdpe-piping-not-benzene-resistant-use-larger-diameter-or-composite-in-our-msd-urban-drilling-arlington-tx-town/
Will the City take measures to enact an MSD so that HDPE or any kind of plastic piping for drinking water purposes will NOT be used where a gasoline station used to be, or near where drilling has occurred?
What about the fuel spill at the water treatment plant?
What about the historic underground storage tanks holding (or held) fuel at the water treatment plants being decommissioned?
Got any plastic piping communicating with any potential spillage there or under the ground at our water treatment plants?
Or does this need to be put on an agenda item so that a consultant can test and answer these questions?
To leave them unanswered is not protective of public health.
Thanks in advance for your cooperation in getting these questions answered.
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From: Info, Nsf <info@nsf.org>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 9:11:33 AM CDT
Subject: RE: Request to email Pre-chlorinated HDPE pipe (pipe bursting) NSF61 certification document

Hi Kim,

I am not familiar with pre-chlorinated HDPE as a product. The HDPE pipes in the listing link provided below are certified for contact with drinking water. The chlorination process is part of putting the water lines into service and would be part of the product’s instructions as well as follow local plumbing and drinking water codes.

Our technical team confirmed that the third question is not something we would comment on.

If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.

Thank you for your message,

Mindy Costello, RS MS

Consumer Information, Communications

+1 800 673 8010   info@nsf.org       

NSF International nsf.org

789 N. Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI, 48105 USA

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From: kim feil [mailto:kimfeil@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2019 10:03 AM
To: Info, Nsf <info@nsf.org>
Subject: Re: Request to email Pre-chlorinated HDPE pipe (pipe bursting) NSF61 certification document

Thank you. so these are the approved manufacturers and our American companies buy the piping, and so the pre-chlorinated HDPE certification listings would then also be found where?

On Wednesday, March 27, 2019, 8:06:50 AM CDT, Info, Nsf <info@nsf.org> wrote:

Hello Kim,

Thank you for contacting NSF International.  Here are the answers to your questions.

1.       This is the list of standard 61 HDPE pipe certified by NSF International: http://info.nsf.org/Certified/PwsComponents/Listings.asp?TradeName=&StandardExt=&MaterialType=HDPE&ProductType=Pipe&PlantState=&PlantCountry=&PlantRegion=&Standard=061

2.       There are no historical listings of “past” certified products. In regard to the material type, there are PVC pipes in our current standard 61 certification listings.

3.       I’ll get input from our technical team and get back to you on this specific inquiry.

Certification to standard 61 is verification that the pipe/component does not introduce anything harmful into the water at an unsafe level (according to the requirements of EPA and Health Canada for drinking water).

If I can be of further assistance, please let me know.

Thank you for your message,

Mindy Costello, RS MS

Consumer Information, Communications

+1 800 673 8010   info@nsf.org       

NSF International nsf.org

789 N. Dixboro Road, Ann Arbor, MI, 48105 USA

From: kim feil [mailto:kimfeil@sbcglobal.net]
Sent: Tuesday, March 26, 2019 6:44 PM
To: Info, Nsf <info@nsf.org>
Cc: Craig Cummings <craig.cummings@arlingtontx.gov>
Subject: Request to email Pre-chlorinated HDPE pipe (pipe bursting) NSF61 certification document

Three requests please,…

1) HDPE piping is being used for trenchless digging/pipe bursting and I can’t find the certification details on this link you provide, Listing Category Search Page | NSF International

Text Box:

Listing Category Search Page | NSF International

2) Back in 2008 I saw we were using PVC for the trenchless project, and was that NSF certified?

I was given this pdf on PE, but need info on HDPE as referenced above

3) Can NSF agree that there exists any type of plastic NON-permeable to the Houdini of hydrocarbons, Benzene, which is on the MSDS sheets for fracking and naturally occuring in the mining industry?

 Thank for your your responses on the above 3 issues.

Kim Feil

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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: enquiries@murphypipelines.com <enquiries@murphypipelines.com>
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2019, 9:57:36 AM CDT
Subject: Request to email Pre-chlorinated HDPE pipe (pipe bursting) NSF61 certification document
Please find this as my official request to have you email me your Pre-chlorinated HDPE pipe (pipe bursting) NSF61 certification document.
And if you are so inclined to comment about its Benzene’s resilience as we are a town that has embraced mining for natural gas and Benzene appears on the MSDS sheets for this activity.
Kim Feil
Arlington resident

 

Arlington TX allows MSD’s to forever forgive clean up of known groundwater and soil contamination (like where the old gasoline stations used to be). MSD is a Municipal Setting Designation where our Good Arlington TX Council People vote to forever forgive known groundwater and soil contamination (like from an old gasoline station) in the interest of economic development. That we have 60 or so padsites littered all over our Good City that are potential future MSD’s is kinda worrisome in that we have bought into allowing the Houdini of Hydrocarbons to risk our drinking water in HDPE applications for our Arlington TX drinking water.

Where our good City is using Pre-chlorinated HDPE piping to replace water mains, at the very least we should be using larger diameter HDPE piping because this study, https://manuscriptpro.com/profile/article/Modeling-benzene-permeation-through-drinking-water-high-density-polyethylene-(HDPE)-pipes, claims “The simulated permeation curves of benzene for SIDR 9 and SIDR 7 series of HDPE pipes indicated that small diameter pipes were more vulnerable to permeation of benzene than large diameter pipes, and the breakthrough of benzene into the HDPE pipe was retarded and the corresponding permeation flux decreased with an increase of the pipe thickness. HDPE pipes exposed to an instantaneous plume exhibited distinguishable permeation characteristics from those exposed to a continuous source with a constant input”.

Abstract from the ASCE Pipelines 2017 library wrote (I boldfaced for emphasis)… “The Arlington Water Utilities selected pre-chlorinated pipe bursting to install new HDPE in place while reducing customer impacts, minimizing capital spending and reducing operational costs. Murphy Pipelines, who specializes this technology, was awarded the project. To date, work has progressed replacing more than 13,000 linear feet of existing 6-in AC water main with new 8-in HDPE pipe“. 

This article shows the vendor Arlington has contracted with has a range of 2″ to 16″ piping, https://www.murphypipelines.com/pre-chlorinated-pipe-bursting.

This article that speaks of how the U.K. has been using plastics piping historically and coincidentally has a quote from our Arlington TX representative.

So are we leader in the Benzene-leaching-experiment in using 8-inch HDPE in our Urban Drilling town? 

 #TestTheEndUserWaterWhereknownMSD

How did I come to question if plastic was a good material in piping? Well just read about the cancer cluster along a known pipeline that was PE-100 and was carrying wastewater from fracking (produced water) and where Benzene was found in the soil!

As usual, here are my love letters proving I give a shit…

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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Betsy Price <betsy.price@fortworthtexas.gov>; Betsy Price <betsy.price@fortworthgov.org>; “bradley.hodges@ftworthgov.org” <bradley.hodges@ftworthgov.org>; Fort Worth District2 <district2@fortworthtexas.gov>; “allison.grey@fortworthtexas.gov” <allison.grey@fortworthtexas.gov>; Jim Bradbury <jim@bradburycounsel.com>; “tom.edwards@fortworthtexas.gov” <tom.edwards@fortworthtexas.gov>; “district2@fortworthgov.org” <district2@fortworthgov.org>; “district3@fortworthgov.org” <district3@fortworthgov.org>; “district3@fortworthtexas.gov” <district3@fortworthtexas.gov>; “district4@fortworthtexas.gov” <district4@fortworthtexas.gov>; “district4@fortworthgov.org” <district4@fortworthgov.org>; “district5@fortworthgov.org” <district5@fortworthgov.org>; “district8@fortworthgov.org” <district8@fortworthgov.org>; “district5@fortworthtexas.gov” <district5@fortworthtexas.gov>; “district6@fortworthtexas.gov” <district6@fortworthtexas.gov>; “district6@fortworthgov.org” <district6@fortworthgov.org>; “district7@fortworthtexas.gov” <district7@fortworthtexas.gov>; “district8@fortworthtexas.gov” <district8@fortworthtexas.gov>; “district7@fortworthgov.org” <district7@fortworthgov.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 10:44 AM
Subject: Can we test soil above the plastic piping holding frack wastewater to Brentwood Compressor Station?
 Please watch this video and then go to my comment….”
We need to do soil tests and investigate if the polyethene? piping from 30 padsites? that go to the Chesapeake pilot “vaporization of produced water” at the Brentwood/arc park Compressor Station in Ft Worth has internal aluminum or other lining in the pipes so that benzene doesn’t permeate/diffuse through the pipes.”
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From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Zacariah Hildenbrand <zac@informenv.com>; Kevin A. Schug <kschug@uta.edu>
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 10:39 AM
Subject: Can we test soil and end user water where an old gasoline station & new HDPE is in?

 

I’m still mad that no one from the City in Ft Worth responded to me that we need to test the soil that runs along the plastic pipeline at the Brentwood compressor station where other fracking padsites pipe their wastewater to.
If Benzene is leaching in the soil along the way, we need to know that.

—– Forwarded Message —–
From: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
To: Buzz Pishkur <buzz.pishkur@arlingtontx.gov>
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 10:36 AM
Subject: Can we test soil and end user water where an old gasoline station & new HDPE is in?

 

Kim Feil
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From: Buzz Pishkur <Buzz.Pishkur@arlingtontx.gov>
To: kim feil <kimfeil@sbcglobal.net>
Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2018 11:05 AM
Subject: Re: Can we test soil and end user water where an old gasoline station & new HDPE is in?

We consider pipe material when designing main replacement projects. This is also a consideration for servicelines as well as the water main.

Sent from my iPhone

About Kim Triolo Feil

Since TX Statute 253.005 forbids drilling in heavily settled municipalities, I unsuccessfully ran for City Council Seat to try to enforce this. Since Urban Drilling, our drinking water has almost tripled for TTHM's. Before moving to Arlington in 1990, I lived in Norco’s “cancer alley”, a refinery town. It was only after Urban Drilling in Arlington did I start having health effects. After our drill site was established closest to my home, the chronic nosebleeds started. I know there are more canaries here in Arlington having reactions to our industrialized airshed (we have 55-60 padsites of gas wells). Come forward and report to me those having health issues especially if you live to the north/northwest of a drill site so I can map your health effects on this blog. My youtube account is KimFeilGood. FAIR USE NOTICE: THIS SITE MAY CONTAIN COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL THE USE OF WHICH HAS NOT ALWAYS BEEN SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED BY THE COPYRIGHT OWNER. MATERIAL FROM DIVERSE AND SOMETIMES TEMPORARY SOURCES IS BEING MADE AVAILABLE IN A PERMANENT UNIFIED MANNER, AS PART OF AN EFFORT TO ADVANCE UNDERSTANDING OF THE SOCIAL JUSTICE ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH EMINENT DOMAIN AND THE PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE (AMONG OTHER THINGS). IT IS BELIEVED THAT THIS IS A 'FAIR USE' OF THE INFORMATION AS ALLOWED UNDER SECTION 107 OF THE US COPYRIGHT LAW. IN ACCORDANCE WITH TITLE 17 USC SECTION 107, THE SITE IS MAINTAINED WITHOUT PROFIT FOR THOSE WHO ACCESS IT FOR RESEARCH AND EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES. FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE: HTTP://WWW.LAW.CORNELL.EDU/ TO USE MATERIAL REPRODUCED ON THIS SITE FOR PURPOSES THAT GO BEYOND 'FAIR USE', PERMISSION IS REQUIRED FROM THE COPYRIGHT OWNER INDICATED WITH A NAME AND INTERNET LINK AT THE END OF EACH ITEM. (NOTE: THE TEXT OF THIS NOTICE WAS ALSO LIFTED FROM CORRIDORNEWS.BLOGSPOT.COM)
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