The OLD POWER PLANT is going to stay and Steve Berry is Promoting it as a Movie Set..
The Tank Plant and NEW PROPOSED AES POWER PLANT IS IN YELLOW...
THE HS#3 location is inclusive of Property in front or adjacent to the Tank Field where the AES PROPOSED POWER PLANT IS to be Located. AS a matter of fact the "Students" will be at their highest activity and risk level as the area is where Physical Activity will be done, not where the students will be protected by air conditioned classrooms.
ALSO note the Proposed area and the location of the Rail Road Tracks, and Freeway.
The above is from AES's own representation. Their most recent representation does not show the school's proposed site to include PICO Park and the Athletic Field to the West of Pico Park. The City of Grand Terrace and the CJUSD have signed a MOU to share the Pico Park as part of the City's Concessions to the CJUSD... REMEMBER the Planned Football field... and athletic fields. Increasing the risk of the pollution exposure during heavy physical activity.
SNIFF SNIFF AES you are shifting the story... and the representation.....
From the Email INBOX:
The old generating portion of the existing plant will in most respects never be run again. Once they knock the fuel tanks down, it is gone there. Once they replace the N.Gas line it will by pass the old route and go just a bit further to north and connect into the AEC property. Should a train derail and the boxcars fly into their property should be protected by a berm and retainment walls. In one of the short talks on Aug. 1st, it was mentioned how that the power plant will produce fewer emittants of a certain element than iffn' the O.A.C.were to have been built. For there would have been more automotive, truck travels from that off ramp than the stationary power plant could produce. ,,,,silence.
When someone says, we are good because we are not as bad as..... there is a problem in their logic...
IT IS NOT A MATTER OF VISUAL IMPACT (Mayor Ferre will Plant Roses)
POLLUTION FROM Combustion of Natural Gas
Rail Derailment Risk
Risk from Ammonia Tanks and Deliveries