Green Delaware News #36
Wilmington Mayor Baker protects Delaware fishermen's condom catch)
Published with permission of the author, June 14, 2001
Hello Mr. Muller,
I recently read in the News Journal of your arrest for alerting the
While motoring up along this area the past history is fascinating:
The first time that a friend and I went up the Brandywine we were fishing
I must tell you that the fishing is great along the river, especially
I support you and your group for the effort you are making to
Kudos' to you and your organization.
Bill Salerno, Newark, DE
What is the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife doing to protect the interests of fishermen faced with these conditions?
EPA imposes fines for sewage violations in the midwest, but so far hasn't acted in Delaware. For example:
"Raw and inadequately treated sewage can cause serious health problems and harm the environment," said JoLynn Traub, regional Water Division director for EPA Region 5, announcing a $98,000 fine levied on the City of Crawfordsville, IN, for Clean Water Act violations at its sewage treatment plant.
ACTION: Contact Gov. Minner and legislators. Support House Bill 195 and oppose Mayor "Bad Faith" Baker's attempts to legislate SUPPORT for his raw sewage dumping. For more information contact Green Delaware.
Let us know what you think.
Email us at
Alan J. Muller, Exec. Director
P.O. Box 69
Port Penn, DE 19731
This page was last updated on June 16, 2001.
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