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Winds of Change
December 2003

Contents

OVEC's Win in Clean Water Act Case Has Nationwide and MTR Permit Implications

Ode to Massey Coal - How to Do Energy All Wrong

Granny D, Doris Haddock: On the Road Again!

Massey Coal Ordered to Monitor for Mercury, Other Toxics

On the Road to Change

Flat Land, or Flat Out Lie?

Mountaintop Removal Coal Mining Arouses Passionate Comments During Comment Period

Your EIS Comments - Big Brother at OSM Is Watching Us!

Corps Idea of "Minimal Impact" Challenged in Court

Jack Spadaro's Story:
Work for MSHA, Tell
the Truth, Get Fired

WV Supreme Court Agrees to Hear OVEC Member's Case Against Arch Coal

Mountaintop Removal Mining Photos

Another Massive Massey Sludge Impoundment Proposed

Global Warming Topic of Annual Conference on the Environment

Guess What? Those Rules SAVE $$$

Even AEP knows global warming is real!

Sludge Impoundments in Spotlight - Again

Meet the New Boss at the EPA - the Same As the Old Boss at the EPA ... Sigh ...

On Getting Along

Just Say NO to Mountaintop Removal / Valley Fills in Papua, New Guinea

They Get It in California...

Remembering Laura - Memorial Fund Helps Her Passion Live On

Gifts That Give Twice - Just in Time for the Holidays!

OVEC - in ACTION

Miscellany

Web Extra Articles Below
(not in printed newsletter)

Six Million and One Reasons Why West Virginia Needs Clean Elections

Coal-bed methane attracts Halliburton to West Virginia

Public deserves a real
solution to slurry spills


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WV Supreme Court Agrees to Hear OVEC Member's Case Against Arch Coal

Do a little dance! The WV Supreme Court has decided it will hear the case of OVEC members Leon and Lucille Miller who are trying to keep Ark Land Co. (Arch Coals land holding company) from forcing them off the familys old homeplace on Mud River in Lincoln County.

Archs Hobet 21 mountaintop removal operation is approaching this beautiful plot of land from all sides. The trial, expected to be heard this winter, should be fascinating you wont believe what this family has gone through in trying to keep their land!

We need you to attend in support of the Millers. So that we can let you know when the trial is scheduled, make sure you are on the OVEC e-mail Action Alert! list (to subscribe e-mail vivian@ohvec.org). Or call us at (304) 522-0246 and leave your number so we can call you with the trial date.

What the Miller's are up against is graphically illustrated in the first two photos in the next article.

 

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