Submission Number: MBTL-EIS-0002024 

Received: 11/13/2013 5:54:10 PM
Commenter: Marion Ward
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Agency: Cowlitz County, the Washington Department of Ecology, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Initiative: Millennium Bulk-Terminals Longview EIS
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Submission Text
Subject: EIS Scoping Comments on Proposed Millennium Bulk Terminals coal terminal in Longview. November 13, 2013 To whom it may concern: We write as concerned residents of Vancouver, Washington. We approached businesses in Vancouver, asking them about their concerns about this project. Below is a listing of businesses in Vancouver that have expressed concerns about a proposed coal terminal in Longview. The owners have expressed a desire for the scope of the Environmental Impact Statement to include the impact of this proposed coal terminal on businesses in Vancouver. Java House: 204 W. Evergreen Blvd. Vancouver Coop: 1002 Main St. Elite Muscular Therapy : 204 W. Evergreen Blvd Hoesly Eco Auto and Tire: 210 W. McLoughlin Blvd. Amour Mercantile: 1006 Main St. The Tequila Factory: 1004 Washington St. Salmon Creek Brew Pub: 104 W. Evergreen Blvd. Kiggins Theater: 1011 Main St. Sparks Home Furnishings : 1001 Broadway Uptown Realty: 1400 Main St., Neighbors Market: 1707 Main Street Mint Tea: 2014 Main St. Aurora Gallery: 1004 Main St. Source Climbing Center: 1118 Main St. Hopeless Ink: 2211 Main St. Gaia Java: 1104 Main St. One World Merchants: 2315 Main St. Village Pearl Gift Shop: 1911 Main St. Oasis Water Solutions: 1709 Broadway Ice Cream Renaissance: 1925 Main St. Omega Printing: 1900 Main St. Tails R Waggin: 4925 Fruit Valley Rd. We request that you study the economic, health, safety, and quality of life impacts of the Longview coal export proposal, and how these risks would in turn affect businesses in Vancouver. Sincerely, Marion Ward: 10400 NE 82nd Ave. #19, Vancouver, WA 98662 Steve Hulick: 16607 NE 197th Ave., Brush Prairie, WA 98606