Now, I am not judging the merits of Woodsy's argument. I am only pointing out a flaw in yours, Kindelan.I am done now.
The Adopt-a-Lot program helped us score points towards achieving the certification.The trash compactors also helped us score points towards the certification.
The Adopt-a-Lot program helped us score points towards achieving the certification.
The trash compactors also helped us score points towards the certification.
The "community garden" in Washington Park, as you call it is a Rain Garden designed to catch and absorb storm water. And as a matter of fact, the Environmental Commission just put out recommendations for solutions to the CSO problem.
Dude, BLAH BLAH, BLAH BLAH, BLAH BLAH, BLAH BLAH, BLAH BLAH, BLAH BLAH
Off the top of my head I can think of 2 major remediation projects of contaminated land going on right now.
There is a new park going in on the West Side.
Did you hear about the Adopt-a-Lot program?
Have you seen the solar trash compactors?
Woodsy the CSO problem is something that is affecting water quality nationwide. There are dozens of municipalities who have this antiquated system to deal with storm water run off. But have you heard of the demonstration project that was installed in Washington Park to combat the problem?
Some very hard-working individuals in our city government went through the process of achieving this certification and they should be congratulated for their effort. They shouldn't be besmirched by the likes of you.[/i]
How does dumping raw sewage into the rivers every time it rains count as being "green"?
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