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The government-subsidized plan to build heavy industry in Jefferson County, West Virginia.


Within two miles of North Jefferson Elementary, T.A. Lowery Elementary, Wildwood Middle, and Jefferson High.


Rockwool's emissions would be among the highest in West Virginia.


Government's plan for a new 1,000+ acre industrial park in the Potomac River watershed.



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ACTION TODAY AT THE BUILDING COMMISSION

The Charles Town Building Commission will take up the smokestack sewer bond.

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Charles Town City Council Backs Sewer Bond to Build Industrial Zone in Jefferson County

Government malpractice as Council moves ahead without legal counsel.



Rockwool January 2019 Sinkhole Inspection

West Virginia DEP site inspection details.


NEWS COVERAGE

JCV Calls For Transparency at CTUB

Charles Town leadership and the public deserve a clear and open decision-making process.


A Letter to DEP About CTUB's Knowingly Incorrect Information

Tim Ross, a local meteorologist, calls out CTUB's faulty data and assertions about future weather.


Section 5.5 is Not a Binding Obligation to Provide Sewer Service

Jefferson County Vision legal counsel explains limits and exceptions to Section 5.5.


Key Issues Overview on the Charles Town Sewer Proposal

Jefferson County Vision sends a letter to the Charles Town City Council and Building Commission.


CTUB Fails to Provide Most Accurate Information on Rockwool Industrial Waste To Environmental Regulators

CTUB’s “phased” approach to permitting does not provide Rockwool’s current flow estimates to the West Virginia DEP.


IJDC FOIA Responses

More documents regarding the Rockwool industrial sewer line.


Jefferson County Parents Applaud School Decision to Oppose Rockwool PILOT Tax Deal

Comment from Jefferson County Vision, an organization fighting heavy industry by local schools.



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