And the first suit against the Old Gentilly Landfill was filed by the Sierra Club’s Mississippi based lawyer Robert Wiygul.
As the DEQ press release indicates this suit did not go very far but in hindsight we now know it was the first salvo of what appears to be a coordinated campaign by Team River Birch to eliminate the competition.
Continue reading “RICO Part 2: It’s a small world after all…..”
Susan Poag / The Times Picayune
Something starts to emerge from these reports: the River Birch pits are very, very bad. We’ve seen the possibility of it in the WBV-14b.2 reports above, we’ve seen it mentioned definitely in the WBV-14a.2 reports – also above – and we’ve seen it mentioned in the WBV-14c.2 reports earlier. Now it shows up in the most recent inspection report from project WBV-14e.2.
Yeah, what Matt said! Matt McBride at
Fix the Pumps has added a 4th and 5th part to his continuing series on what appears to be substandard levee construction featuring dirt from the borrow pits of Sierra Club approved River Birch Landfill. (I’ll be circling back to the sold out sum bitches at the Sierra Club in another post.) His work on this topic, a vital one for those on the West Bank of Greater NOLA metro, is simply excellent. So much so that Paul Rioux picked up coverage for the T-P in fact. We need to address one particular part of Rioux’s story so here is the salient snippet: Continue reading “There is a Heebe in the levee pile! Matt at Fix the pumps reveals continuing problems with substandard levee construction.”