As many of you know, our task force has members such as Earl Hindman
who has such broad knowledge of organophosphate research he should be
given is Ph.d.. Earl has yet again found a significant study that
significantly impacts our community - knowledge we should have been
given right after the poisoning. However, as you will read it is
something we must all take seriously now and for years to come.
I also have a second alert!! Please read the article below with
regard to the clear cutting of trees along our highways to make more
room for billboards. I personally find our highways an
embarrassment. Especially along south Interstate 75 where the roads
are littered with billboards with adult content. Instead of focusing
on the beautification of Georgia, we are allowing the greed of
industry once again to dictate how we live environmentally and
morally. I hope that you will join me in sending letters to the
House Transportation Committee where this bill (SB 164) now resides.
Request boldly that they not allow this bill on the House floor for a
vote and let us begin thinking about the beautification of Georgia
and what message we want to send to the millions who travel our
roads. I want to thank Representative Virgil Fludd for his quick
response to my email regarding this matter and I absolutely know we
can all make a positive change for Georgia if everyone will flood the
transportation office with emails. See the links below and please
forward this information to everyone you know!!
Click on the Representative's name to go to their email.
Connie Thomas Biemiller, Chair
South Fulton and Fayette Community Task Force