We all know the AES power plant in Redondo hurts our views and property values, but what about our health?
While scientists and researchers continue to learn more about the harmful effects of power plant emissions, AES continues to move forward with plans to remodel their plant which will create even more toxic pollutants on a daily basis.
Sure, shorter smoke stacks might improve aesthetics, but they will also decrease dispersion and increase the density of particulates spread over the local residents of Hermosa and Redondo.
By how far and how much ... our elected officials don't want to answer those questions.
Much like Beach Cities Health District, our local school boards and PTAs, local health clubs and employers all seem perfectly happy with the status quo.
If you care about your health, or that of your parents or children who are most at risk, get more information at www.NoPowerPlant.com.
Then contact your mayor and local councilmen and ask them what they plan to do to protect your health and your investment in beach property.
Apathy won't cure asthma, cancer, heart or lung disease, but your action can help prevent it.
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