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  • Concerned
    June 07, 2013 - 15:56

    The dog question is well fed,doesn't need to roam to beg or kill for food.Allan keeps a watch on the dump to make sure there isn't anymore contaminated waste getting into the drinking water or it could be alot worse than what it already is.Bulk garbage is picked up 4 times a year,why is it necessary to throw garbage in the woods?"WHAT A CRYING SHAME"Why do people want to ruin our woods or beaches?They just don't care about our environment.

  • Bayman
    May 29, 2013 - 09:58

    If Mr. Williams was concerned about an animal's welfare "“An animal don’t deserve to go down that,” Williams said.", then maybe he should take care of the dog that he has roaming the community in which he lives. Why anyone would visit a previous dump site is beyond my comprehension.

  • BAYMAN
    May 29, 2013 - 09:40

    There has also been "no delay" I suppose with Bulk Garbage sites. Government put the cart before the horse, instituted unsatisfactory bulk garbage disposal, leaving most residents outside St john's with nowhere to go.. except in the woods. Wake up Government time to reassess the contracts awarded.

  • carogers
    May 29, 2013 - 06:50

    “there has been no delay.” She added that it is still early in the new fiscal year. ITS BEEN FOUR YEARS! That would be a four year delay in FINISHING what you started; spokeswoman for the Department of Environment. That is the most arrogant response to an environmental issue I have ever heard.