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John Saari
Sun, 04/08/2018 - 6:48am

How much do you and I pay for water? We should also charge for tons driven across our roads. We should be making money to help pay for all the services provided to citizens. The local Community must tax accordingly.

John Saari
Sun, 04/08/2018 - 6:56am

The more I think about it the madder I get. DNR/DEQ, the richest State Department, because of oil and mineral leases, is charging Nestle almost nothing for one of our most precious resources. They ought to be tarred and feathers.

John Saari
Sun, 04/08/2018 - 6:56am

The more I think about it the madder I get. DNR/DEQ, the richest State Department, because of oil and mineral leases, is charging Nestle almost nothing for one of our most precious resources. They ought to be tarred and feathers.

10x25mm
Tue, 04/10/2018 - 3:15pm

Oil that leaked from the Mackinac cable was a dielectric, not a coolant. Not much different than the oil residues from recreational power boats.