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November 19, 2010

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Bill Lester

I grew up next to a slate dump. During a rain storm we could smell rotten eggs in the house. The tremendous changes in the mining industry in the past 30 years have made breathable air. You wish to impose regulations on us that will make coal mining a thing of the past.
If you have the right as "left-wingers" to your little pecadillos don't we have the right to our culture of which coal is a vital part

Kaeterina

As one that lives very close to a power plant I wish that the EPA would come and stay with me for a month. You really don't know the stuff LG&E does to save a dime at the expense of such close neighbors. Time to stop burying their heads in the "coal?"

Lois Smith

This is terrible especially for the people that live close. Coal mines have been exploiting the people around them forever. Please protect people

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