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Mass EPA letter
in response to my inquiry 12-2-2016

Added 7/10/17
Evidence of Contamination
How many times do you have to landscape a property before you realize there's a problem?
Find Out Here
Safety Tips Warnings and Concerns
Lamb Thacher Ellis and Riverside
Olive Street - Wall Street Area

Added 7/7
Emails to Local Politicians and Their Responses
Betty Poirier - Paul Heroux - Richard Ross

Lots of rain on Friday 7/7 - read how this affects
Dodge Mill & Dodgeville Pond

Read the Letter
Letter mailed to Norfolk County Commissioners,
asking them to reconsider Timilty as Treasurer
Warning Letters November 2016
Read the warning letters mailed to
every major department in the city.
All Things Seekonk
Town Hall Letter - Drained Pond - New Landfill - Local Environmental Hazards
FB post to then Senator Timilty
FB post which includes satellite photography
and the emails that followed.

Contact city hall and
demand answers.

New posts are announced on FACEBOOK
Supplemental Information Available
Including photos of the DPW & river deterioration.
State Department Files
on the project 309 files in total.

First file is their own aerial imagery
use to compare with googles.

Mossberg Superfund Documents
Files Photos EPA

Short Clean-up Approval
Ledge/rock ISN'T on 101 Lamb St.
Try 132 Lamb St here .

 

All Posts Relating to Seekonk Massachusetts

NEW INFO 9-13-17: So after long delay - approx 2 months, somebody mentioned something about the pond on Pond Street. The title of the article, at the Sun Chronicle is, "SEEKONK IS RESTRICTING ACCESS TO POND"- I say, what pond? It's been drained for months! There were a few oddities in the article considering it held within it a restriction for residents and passers by. It's stated the pond is off Maple Ave, and I guess in a sense it is, BUT accessibility to the pond via Pond Street makes far more sense to announce or at the very least to include in the announcement because it's the easiest way to access it. Anyway, here's the article which is rather vague considering what we're up against. I certainly believe we deserve a whole lot more than this!

Article Quote: "There were also reports mixed and discharged metals and petroleum waste had seaped into settling ponds." 
Where do you think those reports stemmed from?

READ IT HERE: Restricted Pond Access @ The Sun Chronicle

WE CAN'T MAKE IT THROUGH ANOTHER WINTER SO STOP AVOIDING US AND START CLEANING!!!! #CleanHarbors

RESIDENTS: CONTACT THE EPA - THE STATE HOUSE AND ATTLEBORO CITY HALL AND DEMAND A CLEAN UP NOW!

seekonk

ATTN SEEKONK OFFICIALS/FIRE DEPT: For a long time I've been biting my tounge regarding the fire on Maple Ave but no more! Did you ever consider the contaminants hit a flash point or spontaneously combusted? Maybe it wasn't arson? AND considering flash points don't you think the contaminants roaming Attleboro and even Pond Street are capable of the same thing?

You can go ahead and send the reward check to my address throughout this site (chuckles to self).








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#WeWillNotGoQuietly #CloseTheRoad #PullThePlug


About Attleboro Dyeing and Finishing Company Fire on Maple Ave
Now a Federal EPA Clean Up

2012 Mill Fire

Wiki Excerpt
At 4 a.m. on Tuesday, May 1, 2012, a massive fire broke out at the Attleboro Dye and Finishing Plant in a neighborhood in North Seekonk. There were a large number of explosions during the fire, which investigators suspect to be from propane and fuel storage tanks stored in the building. There was also a gas leak, which led to the evacuation of several homes in the area. Officials are concerned that the burning hazardous material in the building, including dye may contaminate nearby areas, including the Ten Mile River Reservoir.[3][4] Half a dozen firefighters received minor injuries as a result of thick, heavy smoke. The fire has been deemed suspicious and is thought to have been caused by arson.[5]

Article: Federal EPA Funding for site evaluation on Maple Ave read it at the Sun Chronicle
 $350,000 for additional study of ex-industrial mill site

After the Mill Fire Photos

attleboro dyeing and finishing company

Attleboro Dyeing and Finishing Company After the Fire

 

Attleboro DPW Contaminated

Border Towns: North Attleboro - Rehoboth - Plainville - Seekonk - Norton - Massachusetts
Cumberland - Pawtucket - Rhode Island



Introduction | Lamb Street Satellite Images | Letter to Seekonk Town Hall | Synthetic Ricin

TCE PCB Mercury Department of Public Works 101 Lamb St Attleboro Massachusetts

PCBs (polychlorinated biphenyls | DPW News Articles & Information

Minimize Exposure To Contaminated Water In Your Home - Every Faucet

Pelican Water Filter Pur Water Filter | Environmental Resources