[CORRECTION: We screwed up the numbers on expansion of the poultry industry in Delaware implies by the proposed new Allen Harim chicken plant in Millsboro. See below for corrected text.]
Recently Green Delaware reported that we are following a number of dubious schemes in Delaware including three incinerators and “The Data Center.” Add one more:
A proposed new chicken processing plant in Millsboro, at the contaminated former Vlasic/Pinnacle pickle packing plant.
This is being actively promoted by the usual set of part-of-the-problem Delaware pols and state agencies, and opposed by activated citizens organized as Protecting our Indian River (Stop the Allen Harim Chicken Plant from Further Contaminating Our Environment). Continue reading
o Call into WDEL, Al Mascitti Show, after 10:00 on Thursday, Aug 22nd. Ask your questions and share your thoughts on the tire/plastics incinerator in New Castle.
o Call on Gov. Markell and DNREC Secretary Collin Omara to publish a proper public notice and press release about the extended incinerator comment period.
Send comments to Collin. OMara@state.de.us, Michelle.Jacobs@state.de.us, email@example.com
O’Mara’s office phone: 302.739.9000 Markell’s office: 302.577.3210
o Get your comments on why the incinerator is an incinerator ready for the Sept 9th deadline (detailed suggestions upcoming on this).
[Prepared by Delaware State Representative John Kowalko]
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I’ve written a few times about Delaware’s shameful status as a safe harbor for corporate misconduct.Â Â Delawareans seem willing to go along with this–I suppose because they think they are getting lower taxes out of it.Â I Most people don’t seem to consider that this is not only helping schemers rip off others elsewhere, but it also tends to deny Delawareans access to justice in our own courts.
Is resentment getting to the point where something may get done about it at the federal level?Â Hard to say.Â But it IS amusing to see representatives of the Cayman Islands complaining about Delaware, as in the NYT story below.
â€œYou can have companies in Delaware that have no U.S. bank accounts, no requirements for documentation and no one knows who owns them,â€ says Anthony B. Travers, chairman of the Cayman Islands Stock Exchange and former chairman of that countryâ€™s Financial Services Association. â€œThere should be a level http://healthsavy.com/product/ativan/ playing field and Delaware should have to comply with the same standards as the Caymans.â€ Continue reading