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06/14/2013

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So, if polluters pay a tax it's OK?

We know where this is going. More government waste!

If your neighbor dumped trash on your lawn you would most likely bring legal action against them, call the cops or sue, right?

If you saw someone dump garbage in a local stream you would most likely call the cops, right?

Why should property owners be allowed to dump trash in the public waters?

Beaches & oyster beds were also closed in Virginia Beach within sight of the new Brock Center - CBF's Hampton Roads enviro learning center facility soon to be under construction.

There IS a way for concerned citizens to help fight the daily pollution which is killing our waterways. Just take a moment and think about all of the brine that your salt softener discharges, and where it goes. Please visit www.scalewatcher.com to see how this company is actively working to keep our waterways free of chemicals and salts.

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