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THE NEW FORTY No dust ruffle - in this day and age?
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Dust and debris emitted from the Mayport Farmers Co-op Elevator has some Mayville, N.D., residents concerned for their health and urging the elevator to install dust control systems before expanding.
Jeff Bachmeier purchased a full-page ad in Wednesday’s Herald, writing a letter from the citizens of Mayville to the elevator and its board of directors.
Some people in Mayville are trying to get the word out about what they believe could be a serious health hazard. They're asking a local elevator operator to reduce the dust and noise coming from the operation and they've even purchased advertising space in newspapers to spread the word.
Experts say dust's constant accumulation on all those books, clothes and knickknacks has nothing to do with poor housekeeping. It's a naturally and continually forming collection of some pretty gross stuff.
North Dakota's congressional delegation, Rep. Earl Pomeroy and Sens. Kent Conrad and Byron Dorgan, sent a letter to EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson on Thursday about proposed new standards for particulate matter (dust).
A proposed change to federal air pollution standards has lawmakers from farm-heavy states, including North Dakota, voicing their concerns about a possible crackdown on something that isn’t so easy to control — dust.
The valley should do what it can to help the boom in western North Dakota resound. And what the valley can do is a lot.
November 08, 2009
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