Usually liberals get all hopped up over any hint of toxic contamination of land, but nobody’s asking whether these plots have residues of arsenic, mercury, lead, or other hazardous household wastes sufficient to get into the produce of the gardens. Even land like that might be good for growing flowers, but there ought to be a way of checking it.
Letter from a lawyer came. Remember that guy that stumbled over a rake last month? He wants his medical bills paid...now, or he sues the owner, the city.
What's the red tag? Health in specter’s warning. For what? Who cares...his brother owns a market in a strip mall.
What could go wrong?
That`s a really good point. The EPA required DOD to do exhaustive studies of soil contaminations and other eco-impact prior to closing military bases. One would think that that would be a consideration for a broken-down Rust Belt city, much of which is about to be plowed under.
The libs will wave their magic fairy dust and wands over the land and pronounce it clean.
Sounds to me like the only thing that will be grown in Detroit is a need for billions of dollars in soil restoration money.
Those of us who live in Michigan know just how stupid this is. The state is covered with farmland now.