Public Hearing Kemper Court House

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Tuesday 7pm

Kemper Court House
280 Veterans Street
DeKalb, MS 39328

10/18/2011

Information and documents HERE

More details of opposition and Liberty Fuels and Environmental Impact

Progressive Group charters Bus to attend Hearing

Calendar: Gulf Coast Fund Events
Title: Meeting on the Kemper Lignite Coal Plant
When: Tuesday, October 18, 2011 2:00 P – 12:00 P (OVER!)
Description: (MS) 2:00pm CST – Bus Departs Gulfport for Meeting on the Kemper Lignite Coal Plant – Location: DeKalb, MS – This project is still in the permitting phase for the mine portion. This is the 45+ square mile strip mine proposed to obtain lignite to put through a convoluted nasty process that could that converts it to gas to fire the plant so that it could then produce electricity. And keep in mind who is footing the bill for this experiment that from the get-go so failed to inspire professional financiers that they told the Southern Company “not interested.” We must say NO to allowing outsiders to decide acceptable cancer risk levels for our children. We must say NO to allowing outsiders to decide that polluting the watershed of the Pascagoula River with mercury and arsenic is acceptable. Think what this would do to our already extremely stressed Gulf. We must say no to having our utility bills double within the next 3 months. Transportation will be leaving at 2pm from Gulfport / Crossroads Shopping Center (on Hwy 49 north off I-10) near Barnes & Noble bookstore. To sign-up or for more information, please contact Glen Sandberg at glens@ieee.org or call Linda St. Martins at 228 324 4028.
Location: DeKalb, MS (Meet at Crossroads Shopping Center, Gulfport)
Author:

gulfcoastfund@gmail.com email info@gulfcoastgund.org

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About Mississippi Coal
Welcome! It is an honor to have a moment of your day. We are in favor of all forms of energy. We care about the future of this great Nation and seek to expose the corruption behind the Kemper County CO2 capturing experimental Lignite coal Demonstration unit. Our Chief complaint is that the rate payers pay for it in their electric bills. The CO2 capturing does not produce electricity so therefore serves no purpose for the ratepayers. It is a money scam for Mississippi power and Southern Company. Mississippi is first in following the (United Nation's Agenda 21) Kyoto Protocols for the regulation of carbon dioxide, a gas we breathe out of our lungs, by forcing the people to pay for it through energy bills and taxes. Through the process of investigating the Kemper County Coal Plant issue, we feel criminal acts have been committed and that soon FCC violations will be added to the offenses. People are being lied to, deceived, or misled and therefore are fully cooperating with this Lignite experiment. "This blog or any content may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes, to advance understanding of political pathways, Constitutional infringements, democracy, science, and other issues. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law. This material is compiled and distributed without profit. This blog does not always agree with certain personal views or agendas of the published authors, but we will overlook such views many times in order to present facts, conclusions, and connections for knowledge or clarification. We hope you gain from this critical subject matter of the article/op-ed."

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