Okay, okay. I missed the public hearing tonight regarding Alcoa's proposal to cap the sediment in Badin Lake as a means of mitigating any hazard to the drinking water supply.
But is it correct that only one, irrate, paid environmental activist stepped forward to publicly object to the proposal? I heard that six members of the public stepped up to comment in favor of recapping without delay. Is it true that they recessed the public hearing twice, to see if anyone else would show up to comment against Alcoa.
If so, they were more than generous to the strident minority who are still pursuing that "Alcoa Is Evil" agenda. And is it accurate, as I heard, that the one speaker against the proposal hurled insults and ad hominum attacks against the majority of speakers who favored the plan as proposed?
What exactly did the paid environmental activist say to insult those with whom he disagreed? Please be specific, as I was shocked by what I was told, but I was not there to have heard it first-hand.