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Re: E-M:/ Potential development of the Humbug Marsh looming



Perhaps Ms. Granholm is refering to environmental laws as they existed before the Engler/Harding/Posthumous cabal gutted them. Development of Humbug marsh would be highly unlikely if environmental laws were actually applied in the manner they were intended by resource managers who actually care about the resource.  Instead, the EHPers practice a particularly odious brand of deceit when it comes to the enforcing environmental laws.  Say one thing, do another is their S.O.P.. 
 
Hopefully, Ms. Granholm will continue her lead into the election and restore dignity, honor and professionalism to Michigan's once-great tradition of conservation and environmental protection. 
 
Remember, regime change begins at home.  VOTE November 5th.
 
Happy Holloween.
 
Dave Zaber
 
 
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Sent: Thursday, October 31, 2002 6:02 PM
Subject: E-M:/ Potential development of the Humbug Marsh looming

There was an interesting interview in yesterday's News-Herald quoting both Mr. Dick Posthumus and Ms. Jennifer Granholm.
 
Mr. Posthumus opposes the development of the Humbug Marsh while Ms. Granholm supports development "If it meets with the environmental laws". 
 
The Humbug Marsh is the last undeveloped mile remaining on the US side of the Detroit River.  Every environmentally conscience group in the area opposes development of this valuable natural resource.
 
 
Jack Lanigan