Boomhower//Gribble and the EPA
Posted in the Marion Forum
#1 May 28, 2012
Anyone catch the story in the SI yesterday about Gribble and the lawsuit about his allegedly having buried a bunch of 55 gal drums on property he owned/owns near the Colonial Hills Sub in the 90's? Rich Whitney is the attorney. Gribble always appeared to me to be a "slick willie"type while he was on the city council... anybody know anything about this?
#2 May 29, 2012
From the story in the paper looks like sour grapes by a neighbor. If there was any evidience somebody had buried 2 semi truckl loads of 55 gal drums on their property, the EPA would be all over that. They live for that stuff. Plus, think about hte size of that hole. Somebody would have seen a hole that big being dug, and the mountain of dirt it made, and all the left over back fill and be able to say, "it was right there." No dice. Neighbors and others drove by there by the hundreds.
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