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GP has recently declared the toxic cleanup to be completed. They are all working together so nicely. America is a nation wealthy in spirit and in treasure beyond the remotest dreams of our forebears. Because our wealth is immeasurable, Americans have made it an axiom of our culture to always set apart and preserve the most majestic lands. Irreplaceable places are routinely treasured, set aside and preserved. I would like to think almost inevitably. Great Parks preserving the most beautiful lands are our pride as a nation. Preservation of unique land and spectacular places is basic a cultural value.

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In many packed meetings conducted intermittently for decades, Fort Bragg regional people lined up for hours to advocate for many ideas and concepts but always for public access and open space. The city has never listened or cared and now intends to put an official end of all that. Tom Lambert is the DTSC chief public relations person for the blue ribbon agency formed to address the Brown Fields of California as contaminated areas are called in the language of legislation. Tom has spent almost twenty years overseeing the project to remove the toxins in a responsible way. I imagine it has been a hard, long, tough negotiation.

Nobody is seriously contending that the cleanup is completed per se. Lambert of DTSC spoke to the packed town hall, he found it useful not to mention GP had already formally withdrawn from any further involvement with the mill pond cleanup. Or perhaps he was covering for them. Lambert, spokesman for DTSC, has now been outed as at least disingenuous and very possibly in actual collusion with GP to deceive the citizens of the city and if possible mollify the victims of the death sentence that they are about to pass on us. Since we are now very much in the end game, wily GP has dropped the coy stuff and boldly informed Fort Bragg that they intend to leave the property as stigmatized and dangerous as ever it was.

GP has announced that the dioxins everybody is worrying about, do not exist at all, but if they do, they came from the city. In any case they deny all further responsibility. He held out the remote possibility that something else would be done but he did not insist on it. Of course that shocked everybody. In retrospect Lampurt did not have any ideas about any possible action for the future. What he clearly did not say is that the state toxic watchdogs had already come to an agreement with GP. They seem to think DTSC is not an issue. GP is saying they are way past all that and have now moved on to threatening the city of Fort Bragg with the provisions of a secret agreement that would require the city to split the multimillion dollar cost of cleaning up the mill pond.

I am sure that no one on the City Council wants a dioxin contaminated town any more than anyone else. There was a minimum of discussion for a change of course so dramatic. We had twenty years of public meetings telling the City Council that the people wanted free access and public space. The council did the exact the opposite of all that without one public meeting. That in itself is no joke. Apparently it is decisive. I was told a few months ago by concerned parties that GP had pretty much forgotten about tiny Fort Bragg. But the intimidation did not begin yesterday. In GP bluffed the city out of any possible future claim for damages for toxic exposure on behalf of mill workers or people living in our town.

Most people in Fort Bragg know mill related cancers are very real. GP talked a terrified former City Council into singing off on a deal that gave nobody anything but did not involve legal expense. That was supposed to be great news. As the mill site contamination endgame controversy heats up people will be looking again at the DTSC data on dioxins in the mill pond. They will necessarily be looking again at the fly-ash contamination in the city itself. Fly ash, the bi product of power generation at the mill, is the cause of the dioxins in the mill ponds. For generations they also dumped fly-ash for free on gardens and playing fields.

GP shrewdly threatened the Mayor with the information that their industrial waste in fact poisoned the actual city worse than the mill ponds. Rumor had it, that the data was uncovered during the discovery process in the negotiations leading up to the signing of the famous Stipulation. In it, GP was absolved forever of any responsibility or liability pertaining to mill site cancers. Another consequence of the GP letter to the Mayor is that at least the Mayor and probably the City Council were shown to have been egregiously dishonest with the people of the city. They knew but did not say that that the mega corporation flatly intends to back out of any further obligation on the cleanup.

Instead they stressed their personal abhorrence of a future for the city and for the reputation of the city that included a permanent toxic waste land unsafe for humans but open to animals, windstorm and earthquake. Then the letter from GP to the mayor made the Georgia Pacific position offensively and clearly. For Fort Bragg, it was toxic armageddon. Mayor Lindy Peters thought it better not to mention this letter and pushed bravely forward toward hoping, I guess, for niceness. Upon inquiry, several councilmen also admitted to "communication" with a "not happy" GP. Maybe it is not so inexplicable after that the council approved the LCP — these guys from Atlanta do not like to lose, and they were threatening to bring out the big guns.

The Fort Bragg city council gave all that the thumbs up. One more shoe has to fall.




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