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Maine Board of Environmental Protection takes over Dragon's waste license decision.
AUGUSTA. On October 6, 2005, the Maine Board of Environmental Protection took over jurisdiction of Dragon Cement Products' pollution license for its cement kiln dust and clinker waste piles. The BEP was responding to a request by Thomaston area group Neighbors for Safe Dragon (NSD) A public hearing will be held in Thomaston or Rockland in early 2006.
Introduction to meeting. Click Here
NSD Attorney Peggy McGehee urges the BEP to take over jurisdiction Click Here
NSD attorney Hope Jacobsen urges the BEP to take over jurisdiction Click Here
Dragon attorney Tom Doyle urges the BEP NOT to take over jurisdiction Click Here
BEP members deliberate, then vote to take over jurisdiction. Click Here
Online audio courtesy Maine Indymedia.
About Dragon Cement's pollution problems: Click Here
First released October 7, 2005