What is Project S.C.A.T.?

By: Paige
What is Project S.C.A.T. you ask? Well first off, Project S.C.A.T. does not actually mean "scat."
It means (or stands for) Stop Contamination at Trinity. Second, Trinity is a place near our school where they used to build trains. They also painted trains there. Inside the paint were chemicals that are very harmful. We are trying to get Trinity and Commerce Park to come to an agreement and clean it up. Third, Commerce Park bought Trinity. Trinity had to go to court because they put harmful chemicals in the ground. Trinity was told to clean it all up and dispose of the chemicals properly. Guess what else! Commerce Park won't allow Trinity to come on the land to check how dangerous the chemicals are. It may just be me, but I think that's a little childish. Trinity was trying to cooperate. Anyway, that was solved a few days ago. Lastly, you should know we are not the only ones who want this thing to be over with. There are a group of Greenvillers that also want this. We hope to talk to them and get their point of view. We also hope by the time we are done, this whole thing will be solved, and Trinity will get cleaned up. If you want more information, click on the links on the side or go to our Project Blog .
Bob Williams, a Greenville native, took this aerial photo to show how close Trinity is to our school.
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Greenville Mayor Wants Hefty Fines Imposed for Mess

Published in The Herald Newspaper on January 2, 2008
Written By: Monica Pryts
Summarized by: Casey and Taylor

Mayor Richard Miller wants Greenville Commerce Park to pay hefty fines for cleaning up the Trinity site. Greenville Commerce Park bought the property in 2004. They have been since demolishing buildings and structures. They have been leaving scrapes of junk lying around. The fine for violating is $600. Miller proposed raising the price to $1000.00. Joe Joseph, the borough’s solicitor said Pangas would have to tell Commerce Park he will be investigating property for possible violations. Greenville Commerce Park will then have 30 days to remedy the situation if it doesn’t comply, Pangas could issue citations. It would be up to court to see if a fine should be assessed and if the fine should be increased. Council will vote on Tuesday.
For more information on this, go to http://www.sharonherald.com/archivesearch/local_story_221215701.html

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Trinity Task Force

After reading the following articles in the Greenville Record Argus, the Cyber Chickens have decided to join the community Task Force. If you click on the articles, you can read them easily on your screen.



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