Sick people in Fairburn area

I don't get it! If the state inspectors said that the plant was clean and allowed it to reopen, then what are all of the complaints now about? Is it something that happened to them when it wasn't clean and they just want to keep it alive for lawsuit purposes, or are people still getting sick from residue, etc.? What is going on NOW to assure people around here that the place is safe? Can't an official statement be made to that effect by the state? Boy, if we treat other serious happenings like we have this one, the USA is really headed for trouble if the terrorists strike. One gets the opinion that no one wants to shut down a business who employs people--even if there is cause. Could this be the problem with all of the complaints, that they don't get answers? I think the old Photocircuits in PTC chloridated PTC many times, and may have left a polluted pit, and absolutely nothing was ever done to resolve it. This is the USA, we don't act like this. If there are a few complainers looking for a handout, check them and see, and then put them in jail if they are faking.

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Submitted by skyspy on Fri, 10/27/2006 - 8:19am.

The terrorists know they don't have to strike us here on our soil.

They read the stories like the one involving the philips plant, the crash in lexington KY, that happened largely because our gov. failed to meet it's own guidelines and staff the tower with 2 controllers. They read all of the stories about food contamination, and the lack of any planning or solutions to stop it.

See the terrorists read all of these stories and more, and they are smart enough to realize that the U.S. gov. is doing a great job of killing or endangering their own people.

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Submitted by bad_ptc on Thu, 10/26/2006 - 8:30pm.

I remember reading, here in the Citizen, of allegations of contamination at the Photocircuits plant.

I would imagine that you reason you haven't heard more on the subject is because the building stands empty.

I have no idea who owns it, but I wouldn't be to surprised to find out that some form of contamination is there.

Acid etching circuit boards is not user friendly.

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Submitted by Git Real on Thu, 10/26/2006 - 7:11pm.

Westmoreland has come to the rescue. Second thought keep worrying.

Thanks for the kind words earlier.

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