Years ago I met Rep. Lamar Smith at the Texas State Capitol.
He studiously avoided my attempts to talk to him about solar power.
And is House Committee report on energy markets does not mention
solar power even once, and wind only to sneer at it.
The report does spend quite a bit of space promoting fracking.
Oh, it’s supposed to be about those horrid Russians.
It builds its case otherwise around 4% of 9,097 social media posts
over two years, which is about one every other day.
I personally post more than that.
Not a very impressive report.
It’s great that the Lowndes County Comissioner for District 2
is reporting about a highway in his district,
but why isn’t the county reporting it on its own facebook page,
website, twitter account, etc.?
While the county doesn’t have facebook account (why not?) it does
have those other things and there’s nothing on them about
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Will nearby buildings fall into this 120-foot sinkhole?
Will Shiloh Road have to be moved like Snake Nation Road was?
What about sinkhole insurance?
If there are “fault lines” causing sinkholes heading westwards in Lowndes County,
wouldn’t they cross the proposed path of the Sabal Trail fracked methane pipeline?
What will Lowndes County do if that thing goes in and a sinkhole opens under it?
What if Sabal Trail declares such a sinkhole force majeure and doesn’t pay?
LAKE learned about this because the County Clerk shared it on facebook
to her friends some of whom happen to be Gretchen’s friends.
Maybe mighty Lowndes County can afford its own facebook page?
PLEASE SHARE. Lowndes County Engineering has closed Shiloh Road
at Franks Creek due to a very large sinkhole.
Citizens will need to take the usual detour.
Please do not visit the area, this is not a photo opportunity.
Sinkholes are unpre…
That personal Paige Dukes facebook post did not seem to have
any corresponding information on lowndescounty.com last night.