We the People / Maine Welcomes You!
Opposing the West Old Town Landfill Since 2003
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We The People
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Milford, Maine 04461
|We the People's Statement of Concerns for the Real Security Hearing
University of Maine, Saturday March 25, 2006
Read New Hampshire Gov. Lynch's State of the State Address
Keep toxic demolition debris fuels out of New Hampshire incinerators!
In the News:
BEP Wants Biomass Public Response
(March 18, 2006)
"Members of the Board of Environmental Protection want more comments from the public before they vote on new rules governing biomass boilers that burn wood waste."
Old Town Mill To Shut Down
(March 16, 2006)
We the People supports Old Town mill workers.
Where were the guarantees, when the mill was traded in for a dump?
Judge Rules Against Landfill Appeals
G-P's Correll gets $130 Million!!!
(March 10, 2006)
"We all have next steps. We're continuing to work relentlessly against the landfill and bringing in all of this out-of-state waste that will deluge upon our community. It's just getting started and we're not going to quit."
Not only was the State (Baldacci, Cashman, Dunlap, the Old Town Council, etc.) on its knees to service G-P ... now that the company has been bought by Koch Industries, its CEO Pete Correll (see memo from Cashman to Correll, as well as other documents about the State's giveaways at Dump Document Dispatch) will make $130 million from the deal! According to the Nov. 19, 2005 Wall Street Journal, "Georgia-Pacific Corp. Chairman and Chief Executive A.D. "Pete" Correll stands to receive stock-based compensation and other payments totaling about $130 million when the sale of the forest-products company to Koch Industries Inc. is completed. The 64-year-old Mr. Correll, chairman and CEO since 1993, was scheduled to retire in May and stood to exit with much of this money even without the $13.2 billion acquisition by Koch, a privately held company 80%-owned by brothers Charles and David Koch. But the deal has sweetened the send-off." Bon Voyage, Pete.
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For other documents related to the to the West Old Town Dump:
Samples from the WTP Poster Project
In Cooperation With Standing Press