Still More Signs Go Up In Bradford County–

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Nicholle Puls

New signs go up in downtown Hampton on Hwy 18, and the proud owner is Nicholle (Nikki) Puls, who opposes the mine because she is concerned for clean water.

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Laura Harris

Another went up on the property of Laura Harris in Lawtey, who is also concerned for the water and also health issues which can be associated with mining.

Our thanks to Nikki and Laura for speaking out and taking a leadership role in opposing this threat to Bradford County.

 

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Comments by OSFR historian Jim Tatum.
-A river is like a life: once taken, it cannot be brought back-


2 Comments

  1. Mr. Frazer

    We hope residents spread the word

    It is the largest threat to our water, our air and our quality of health and life.

  2. Thank you for putting those signs up! I’d put one up on my property, but they wouldn’t be very visible as I live down a dirt road.

    I hope the citizens of Bradford County and the County Commissioners understand the importance of this issue. Our water impacts EVERYONE – not just people who will be in close proximity to the proposed mine.

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