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Re: E-M:/ RE: / Lone Tree Council memo

Hear, hear! Well said, Anne.

Tim Caldwell

On Feb 3, 2008 4:27 PM, Anne Woiwode <Anne.Woiwode@sierraclub.org> wrote:

Am I to understand that this local Chamber is concerned about the "accidental release" of a document that apparently was in the hands of a public agency subject to the Freedom of Information Act, but not as apparently concerned about the "accidental release" of contaminants that could be harming its community members?


Anne Woiwode, State Director

Sierra Club Michigan Chapter

(517) 484-2372


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Chamber calls for probe

Posted by Barrie Barber | The Saginaw News February 02, 2008 02:30AM

Categories: Breaking News

The Saginaw County Chamber of Commerce asked the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to investigate how one of its confidential memos ended up leaked to an environmental group upset with the pace of dioxin cleanup talks.

Chamber leaders sent a letter to the EPA's Office of the Inspector General seeking a formal probe into how the Lone Tree Council obtained a copy of the memo through a Freedom of Information Act request.


Michelle Hurd Riddick

Lone Tree Council