Tuesday, January 03, 2012

Swan deaths reported on WBZ TV, Channel 4 in Boston.

Ellen Schloss reports:

This was also on the 5pm news last night on channel 4.

Ed: For prior posts, please see:

Dead Swans related to DCR / Cambridge Destructiveness?

Swan poisonings, Cambridge / DCR possible connection. Comment from friend.

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We have for quite awhile now posted the PayPal “donate” button on the Charles River White Geese Blog.

Contributions are made through the PayPal account and bank account of Friends of the White Geese, a non-profit recognized and registered with the Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. We will soon complete our eleventh year of registration.

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The biggest environmental problem in the Charles River and other areas around Cambridge, MA, is the nonstop lying of the Cambridge machine that Cambridge pols are a bunch of environmental saints. And the same lying applies to the City of Cambridge and the state’s Department of Conservation and Recreation.

There are bright spots.

The DCR tried to get Obama moneys to destroy hundreds of healthy trees between Magazine Beach and the Longfellow Bridge. They lied that all the targeted trees were diseased. Proof of the lie, the very filings of the DCR with the Cambridge Conservation Commission, were provided to the Governor. They have not YET gotten the money.

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) has been highly responsible. Attempts to put passenger service on the Grand Junction railroad which runs through the destroyed nesting area have been tabled. A plan for a highway in the Charles River and on the banks of the Charles River has been killed for now as the environment nightmare it is. The DCR joined in the last decision.

We are getting good publicity.

But the outrages are accumulating.

We, nevertheless, like the so many victims, are the little guy.

The little guy needs money. Meaningful publicity takes lot of money.

Thanks for whatever you can do.