Submission Number: MBTL-EIS-0000730 

Received: 10/2/2013 9:39:00 PM
Commenter: Jan Gordon
Organization: 
State: Washington

Agency: Cowlitz County, the Washington Department of Ecology, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Initiative: Millennium Bulk-Terminals Longview EIS
Attachments: No Attachments
Submission Text
From:Jan Gordon <janimals1@yahoo.com> Sent:Wednesday, October 02, 2013 9:39 PM To:comments@millenniumbulkeiswa.gov Subject:coal exports
I live close to a rail line that is currently running 6 or 8 coal trains to Robrerts banks daily. The noise, vibration, coal falling off trains, traffic disruption are already a problem. The oceans are becoming acidic and killing off sea life and commercial shellfish farms. The coal burned in Asia returns to us as acid rain and pollution leading to more global watrming. The coal market is no longer strong and may not be profotable soon You cojuld destroy much from otter creek to the [pacific and beyond for very short term riches for the already rich. The huge ships are dangerpous to sealife and orcas and other marine traffic if one sinks there is no way to clean it up there are infinite reasons to not mine, shipe and export coal we must not do it
Jan gordon 16544 colony rd bow wa 98232 please typos, in ahurry