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Offline Lurkus

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Re: all American asphalt
« Reply #30 on: July 21, 2022, 12:02:27 AM »
https://voiceofoc.org/2022/07/irvine-asphalt-factory-relocation-settlement-expected-within-60-days-after-three-year-fight%ef%bf%bc/

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But at a city council meeting last week, Chi said he “anticipates” that a proposed settlement agreement will be back within 60 days.
“We think we have a framework AAA has tentatively agreed to,” Chi said. “Key issues we’re still resolving are identifying a different site they may be relocating to.”

Seems like an important point to have an alternative site identified, to have any meaningful relocation settlement... But at least some news.

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Re: all American asphalt
« Reply #31 on: July 21, 2022, 06:51:21 AM »
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“My grandparents came to visit us to find a home … so they could live in our community,” said Eric, a public commenter at the council’s July 12 meeting. “My grandparents are from Beijing, where the air is not the best. So what is telling is that when they got out here, they had to stop their daily walks, because they said their eyes would burn and sting from the air.”

Hard for me to believe the air quality is worse than Beijing. Translation: we just got our money out of communist China and we want our real estate investment value to go up once AAA is gone.
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Re: all American asphalt
« Reply #32 on: July 21, 2022, 10:47:24 AM »
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“My grandparents came to visit us to find a home … so they could live in our community,” said Eric, a public commenter at the council’s July 12 meeting. “My grandparents are from Beijing, where the air is not the best. So what is telling is that when they got out here, they had to stop their daily walks, because they said their eyes would burn and sting from the air.”

Hard for me to believe the air quality is worse than Beijing. Translation: we just got our money out of communist China and we want our real estate investment value to go up once AAA is gone.

We visited Beijing in 2018 and I have to say that I've never been anywhere that has worse air quality than Beijing. One evening, the air smelled like rotten egg.

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Re: all American asphalt
« Reply #33 on: July 21, 2022, 12:16:20 PM »
“We think we have a framework AAA has tentatively agreed to,”  Time to get on OH4 interest list.

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