Mike Malott: This is what passes for leadership?
“It's just not right ... I think these lines should be buried.”
Joe Hune wants you to believe he is a good Republican - a friend to taxpayers and businesses alike, an opponent of excessive regulation, in favor of lowering the cost of doing business in Michigan. via Press & Argus
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#1 Aug 1, 2007
Obviously Mike does not live along M-59 or Pleasant Valley Rd. Did you do any research on this subject at all Mike??
Talk to a few realtors and ask their opinion of what transmission lines and poles next to your property does.
Why are many other countries(England for instance) and even a few states here now requiring these lines to be buried?
Who funds the studies that say the EMF's (electromagnetic fields) are safe to be around?
(ITC wants to put a bike path under them for us and our kids)
It took a long time for people to realize that lead paint , aesbestos, cigarettes , saccharin , etc were harmful.
How many kids need to develop Leukemia or adults with brain tumors before everyone realizes this isn't hysteria?
BURY THE LINES and let bthem pay for them with the millions of dollars in profits they have made in the past and the millions more they will make in the future.
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