'It's going to be long 60 days!
"It makes me feel real good to see that everybody is so concerned about their community and their city," Mickey King, 4th District Commissioner, said at the start of the anti-landfill meeting last Thursday.
The group's executive committee, as well as members of the public, gathered in the Lions Club building again, but then moved to the Cornersville High School auditorium. It was fortunate that they had the foresight to reserve the auditorium, because about 150 people -- double the number at the first meeting -- showed up.
The group now has attorneys -- Elizabeth Murphy, Drew Goddard and John Seahorn, reported to be some of the top specialists in environmental issues. On the attorneys' advice, the group has changed its name to Tri-Counties Environmental Association Inc., a non-profit corporation formed to address all environmental issues in the area. They have a bank account in that name with the CB&S Bank, and, by the time you read ....Pickup a copy of today's edition of the Tribune for entire store!!
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