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Thursday, 06 January 2011


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Mr. Bennett wanted the community to unite behind Sterling Chemical when he was Chairman of the Lowndes County Commission. Mr. Bennett's son receieved employment by Sterling after the Commission brought Sterling here. Subsequently Mr. Bennett and all Commissioners except Joyce Evans were voted off the Commission.

Mr. Bennett is married to Dr. Robin Bennett, the principal at Moulton-Branch Elementary, the closest school to the proposed biomass incinerator. I'm sure the parents of those schoolchildren are asking some tough questions right now. I would imagine both Mr. and Dr. Bennett would like the community to unite in favor of the biomass incinerator but that is not going to happen.

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