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Re: “Who's responsible for the Falls Lake mess?

The problems at the Falls Lake were compounded when Jim Adams and Partners of Wake Forest and McKim and Creed devised a paper swamp of Nitrogen Credits from Pamlico County upstream to Falls Lake. To accomplish a Faulty science, Pay to Play, Pretentious development Scam. The Western Bay River Sewer District and South Granville artificial sewer districts were created by the NC House and Senate to move Nitrogen Limits or Credits from the Wetlands of the Coast and increase the volume of Credits the further away the credits were moved.

The absurdity of the process meant that both upstream and down stream waters from Fall lake were harmed. Upstream surface wasters natural carrying capacities were over loaded. Down stream no improvements were made to water quality. But Jim Adams and Partners was able to make 100’s millions. Adams and his partners were building more houses upstream and create more municipal sewer sludge to spread on neighboring farmlands. While stealing $20,000.00 from the sewer funds of the Low Income people of Pamlico to build his 4 million dollar “Coastal Idea Dream Home at River Dunes. About $1,000,000.00 per house, seven miles across the Neuse River to contaminated wells in Cherry Point.

Hold on just a minute, before Bill Holman was hiding out in the basement of the Nicholas School at Duke, he was the Director of the Clean Water Trust Fund and DENR. When I questioned Holman the Clean Water Trust Fund Funding of Jim Adams & Ed Mitchell’s down payment on the Gum Thicket/ River Dunes Project through a Clean Water Fund Conservation Easements he was really nervous.

When I mentioned he firing of Lana Armstrong and Leland Heath who questioned Bill Holman about Ed Mitchell representing the River Keepers, Coastal Federation, Weyerhaeuser, Granite Partners, and Western Bay River Sewer, & South Granville Water and Sewer Districts, River Dunes. Holman’s response was that the River Keepers had been repossessed by Weyerhaeuser. Leland Heath was quickly moved to Washington N.C. for Basnight to keep a close eye on for he and Gov. Beverly Perdue the creators of the Clean Water Slush Fund.

Bill Holman resigned soon after, and has refused to publicly debate the Waterfront Sportsman Environmental Investigation Coalition about Water Quality Corruption and Misappropriation of EPA, NC State Clean Water and DENR Fund under his approval at DENR and the Clean Water Trust Fund.

Wade Rollins, Holman’s spin doctor at the “News & Observer” soon disappeared when confronted with the “Chain of Custody Reports” and Fines by the EPA that the PCB’s from the Ward Transformer were dumped into the PCS Mine in Washington.

With over 1 billion dollars misappropriated from the Clean Water Trust Fund and dozens of Express Permitting like “Cannongate” Approved by Colleen Sullens.

As the scope of contaminated NC Water at Camp Lejeune and Cherry have been covered up for over 50 years, it is time to stop the corruption get the water quality money back from the thieves, put as many as possible along with those on the NC States Payroll that have let them profit by corruption.

Come join together with Waterfront Sportsman & the Environmental Investigation Class Action Suit # 5 : 10 cv 172 D2 Against criminal polluters Will Mann, DENR, Clean Water Trust Fund, NC Rural Center, Colleen Sullens, Bill Holman, Billy Ray Hall, Jim Adams and others in United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolina Western Division to “Stop Taxing and Stealing the Funds Appropriated for Water Quality“.

M. Dale Swiggett
Waterfront Sportsman
The Environmental Investigation Coalition


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Posted by water.warrior on 05/08/2011 at 3:06 PM

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