Sunday , June 18, 2017 - 8:00 AM1 comment
We lived in Southern California when layers of toxic smog descended upon the Los Angeles basin. Visibility was limited and one's lungs smarted as one inhaled the acrid air. Children with lung problems ended up in emergency rooms. Yet California took action and one day it was possible to view Los Angeles buildings from the suburbs and take a deep breath.
I have one question for the Weber-Morgan Health Board: On what scientific or other grounds did you decide to dissolve the Air Quality Advisory Committee?
Thomas S. Ball
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