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201 N Cooper (current Arlington Police Dept.) was a lead smelter site…lovely!

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 … Continue reading

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Oklahoma has most polluted drinking water counties – the fracking connection

Oklahoma’s eight counties represented over one third of the 23 counties with over 50 EPA drinking water violations studied from the last 36 years (starting in late 1980 ending through July 3 in 2017) per the US 24/7 Wall St. report. http://247wallst.com/special-report/2017/08/29/counties-with-the-most-contaminated-water/2/. … Continue reading

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Benzene in the Arlington Gasland TX 4th July airshed

This year Arlington’s 4th of July parade theme focused on “history”… and yep there were some vintage cars and a vintage firetruck stanking up the airshed spewing it’s benzene… I do believe this car belongs to smokey Councilman Charlie Parker… I … Continue reading

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