TCEQ blames plant runoff for fish kill

Feb 9, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Ennisdailynews.com

Submitted photo / A photograph depicts numerous small dead fish along the shore line of a nearby pond taken in the weeks following the Oct.

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Bob Stafford

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MB was telling everyone nothing to worry about in regards to toxins. Then the fish died. Then we had runoff that went into Katy lake that runs into the water supply. Do you people still believe MB?
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Tceq is surprised? those folks ate like rr commission worthless at protecting citizens and owned by industry
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We should eat the fish, then light our farts....

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