Monday, August 13, 2007

Fairburn Meeting

Good Evening Neighbor:

It was so wonderful to see so many come out tonight to express their concern regarding the Transfer Station proposed for the City of Fairburn.  It is evident that you all care about your city and want only the best environment for your family.  I really believe this can be achieved but it is imperative that the citizens stay in the process.  We have already seen this work with PSC and so you know it can work in this situation as well.  As I said in my former email, we must all think about the long term implications of our "trash".  We all create it and we must have an environmentally solid plan to dispose of it.  It will be vital that everyone return for the vote on August 27 at 7pm - same place - same channel.  

Also, please mark your calendar to be at our Task Force Meeting this Thursday night at 7pm at Bethany United Methodist.  The focus of the meeting will be on our media campaign.  We need your help - we must continue to make a difference in State Laws so that we can be assured that this toxic exposure never happens to us again or any other Georgia community.  Cathy Strong heads up this committee and looks forward to your input.

Once again, thanks for being a community that I am so proud to be a part of and one that I readily call home.

Your neighbor,


Constance Thomas Biemiller, Chairman
South Fulton and Fayette Community Task Force

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