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More increasing Utility Costs

Submitted by DH on Sun, 12/05/2010 - 00:06.

What the hell does the NEO sewer district think they are doing acknowledging a Consent Decree w/ the DOJ and US EPA (rogue agency).  They will drive the cost of doing business in Cuyahoga County and Cleveland to other regions of the state (if we're lucky) or completely outside of our State borders.  I'm certain I read the estimate correctly today from the PD when one of the Sewer District reps stated our sewer bills (not just water) will increase to $1,000 by 2035.  That's roughly 10x's my current bill.  The US EPA has the authority to change compliance li

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Greatful for the veterans!!!

Submitted by DH on Wed, 11/10/2010 - 23:01.

61 minutes until Veterans Day,

To all the NEO Veterans.

I am perpetually humbled that my sacrifice will never be what those, or the families of those, has been, that have served our country so proudly, even when their sacrifice was not appreciated.  God Bless.  You all make NEO and the rest of the United States a great place to live.

Ultimately humbled,


Pittsburgh Sucks!!! & Coughs!!!

Submitted by DH on Sat, 10/16/2010 - 08:08.

Hey, it's Pittsburgh week.  This fits into a RealNEO discussion.

Pittsburgh is more polluted than Cleveland.  Heck, it's worth noting Cleveland didn't even make these lists.

GO BROWNS!!!Pittsburgh SUCKS!!!


National Trends Show that Declines in Ozone and Particle Pollution Have Stalled
Posted in | Pollution | Transportation

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Pollutant Trends in Cleveland are Improving

Submitted by DH on Thu, 10/14/2010 - 21:35.

I pulled the information below from City-data.com (Summary of publicly available information to report about every interesting fact about any city in the US).  I was somewhat skeptical about data referenced in other posts so I did some quick research on my own.  Most importantly, the ambient pollutant trends below show positive reductions in most (in bold) since 1990, while the remaining ambient pollutants hold fair

Where is the common ground?

Submitted by DH on Mon, 09/13/2010 - 20:18.

I'm new to blog sites, and after spending time on RealNEO (good place to get educated on real time activities unfiltered by the media) I have to ask how can Americans begin a cival discussion on our future without completely disrupting our economic position in the world?  Industry is certainly not the cleanist sector in our economic engine but it is improving and it does provide a significant amount of employment in Ohio, where we need it most.  The workers currently w/in this sector tend to be union members who pay very good taxes.  These same brothers put their children thr

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