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thatguy said...

has a hazardous material survey been conducted on the building? The EPA requires this to be completed and any hazardous waste removed and disposed of properly before any other work can begin. A building this age would likely be contaminated with such material which handled inproperly would exhaust these waste into the air for all of Rossville and maybe the surrounding area to inhale.

I hope this has be done already, if not maybe Rossville officials will wake up before the poisions are released. If the survey has been conducted properly I thank all involved.

February 9, 2011 at 6:18 a.m.
thatguy said...

What a hassle my $#%&(^& what about all the people who lost loved ones or themselves in accidents involving idiots while texting.

June 29, 2009 at 5:05 p.m.
thatguy said...

I bet a lot of local investors would build plants for all types of business if the city, county, and state put in half the money. Instead Corker and the clan brag about how they lured VW to Chattanooga. Wonder how much of that money goes back into the pockets of politics?

June 3, 2009 at 3:34 p.m.
thatguy said...

The Government spends $30,000,000,000.00 to help GM. heres a better idea for the so-called masterminds in Washington -- Let GM and Chrysler go belly up, take the same 30 billion dollars and buy the assets (all the assets) of the two companies, rehire the same workers non-union (because GM and Chrysler have the union contract not the new company) and build the cars and trucks that the American People really want and CHEAPER. Look at that idea and I'm not even a rocket scientist or a politician. Go Figure

June 2, 2009 at 3:24 p.m.
thatguy said...

heres the thing you both are missing, some say the republicans are for the rich, some say the democrats are for the poor, that debate goes on and on, when the truth is many of the richest of rich are democrats while many of the poorest are republicans. The real difference is the republicans talk about morals and ethics while democrats live the talk about morals and ethics. In other words don't tell me you are ethical with a high degree of morals, show me.

Simple enough

March 9, 2009 at 8:57 a.m.
thatguy said...

Same old problem same old solution, problem is we need more money for the school to waste. Solution, keep money from schools so we will vote to raise taxes to support schools, politics. Shame of us for using these children for political control. The true solution is to lean out the misleaders in the system, it should not take so many people to run this system, and the maintenance dept is a waste as well fire them all and privatize the maintenance of the buildings and hold the company responsible. Everything is not rocket science-- remember the kiss method KEEP IT SIMPLE STUPID.

February 22, 2009 at 6:35 p.m.
thatguy said...

Why not have the Government give money to businessmen like Joe Prebul who has used up all his friends and family, let them finish of the Government as well. Some say he is the exception but there are many, many like him and these Senators. Why would Alexander threaten the Obama administration with none support throughout his Presidency, do they all forget that they work for the people of Tennessee, not the Republican Party, or do they???

February 11, 2009 at 7:02 a.m.
thatguy said...

Here's an idea for you republicans, refuse any profits or benefits you may gain from the stimulus bill. That will show us how committed you are to your cause. No instead you will be the first with your hands out.

February 10, 2009 at 8:03 p.m.
thatguy said...

More evidence that this is a city filled with hate. And Mr. Crisp what does Mr. Mayo’s probation have to do with his death or reporting the news. Maybe if you look a little harder you can find real news to write about.

February 10, 2009 at 7:48 p.m.
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