Submission Number: MBTL-EIS-0002667
Received: 11/13/2013 6:31:00 PM
Commenter: James Giersch
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
From:jamesgiersch@ATT.NET Sent:Wednesday, November 13, 2013 6:32 PM To:email@example.com Subject:Scoping comments on Millennium Bulk Terminals
I appreciate the opportunity to add my voice to that of others in supporting the environmental study for the proposed port at Longview. The scoping will present a clear picture of how Millennium Bulk Terminals will proceed in opening and operating this port and the economic, environmental, and social benefits of this project are deserving of approval.
I urge you to first look at the facts when considering extent of the EIS. We already know that the terminal is unlikely to cause adverse impacts at the nearest sensitive air quality receptors. Considering the conservative nature of the emission rates and ability to manage dust generating activities, the impact on local air quality due to the coal terminal expansion is likely to be insignificant.
Here I see an opportunity to return many critically needed jobs to Washington State. It is paramount for the local, state, and national economies to seize every option they have to aid in their recovery. I urge you to take these comments in consideration and let's get Millennium Bulk Terminals to begin hiring and exporting. Thank you.
Rain this in that wants to mess with he knows little or nothin about He should be sent back to Kenya James C.Giersch jamesgiersch@ATT.NET