Letter to the editor in July 18, 2018 Arcadian regarding the phosphate industry’s relationship with CHNEP (Charlotte Harbor National Estuary Program):
Link to letter to the editor in July 19, 2018 Arcadian:
Link to Letter to the Editor in July 19, 2018 Arcadian:
A New Mosaic Agreement
Last week’s edition of the Herald Advocate provided a thorough a history of the Care Sync story until the present failure. We as citizens and observers of this saga over the past few years have truly puzzled at how large amounts of money have been repeatedly sunk into this project despite unfulfilled promises, like dumping money into a black hole. Continue reading “A New Mosaic Agreement”
Mark your calendars for these vital dates. Public appearance, voicing your concerns about the future of DeSoto County, take action that impacts your own future. Make a Difference!
July 24, 2018 (Tuesday) 6:30pm to 10:30pm
July 25, 2018 (Wednesday). 9am to noon and 2pm to 7pm
Side note to Debbie Taylor re your comment about how important phosphate is to get clothes clean. Phosphates were banned from use back in the early 1970s due to extreme environmental damage from water runoff into our water system. And yet, our clothes still get clean.
Letters from Concerned Citizens:
Newspaper article 04-26-2018 discussing recent Mosaic requests for changes to the master mining plan for Wingate Creek Mine