|Paulsboro resident Natasha Lavard fears that the Exxon settlement|
will leave her town with a polluted site and insufficient cleanup funds
Environmentalists have been pounding hard for weeks on NJ Gov Chris Christie’s settlement with Exxon/Mobil over the costs of environmental resource damages incurred over decades of pollution at the Bayway Refinery in Linden and other petroleum installations in northern New Jersey.
The Christie settlement is for only a fraction of what the state DEP was seeking during years of negotiations with the energy giant under previous governors.
Recently it was discovered that the state had lumped into the settlement (currently under a judge’s review) other contaminated sites, including a former Exxon site in Paulsboro.
BlueJersey covered a protest yesterday over Paulsboro’s inclusion in the pending settlement and posted six videos with environmentalists and local residents. You can view them here
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