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The grandma who stood up
FirstEnergy

The grandma who stood up

OREGON — “The power plant official called the bespectacled grandmother of two a liar when she said his company had already admitted responsibility for 10 percent of the young fish killed in the Maumee River. So Sandy Bihn started digging through the documents she brought with her to the public […]

FirstEnergy

Massive fish kills lure call for action

OREGON — “A recent analysis by consulting firm Tetra Tech Inc. performed for the Ohio EPA estimates the plant in the Toledo suburb of Oregon kills 46 million fish per year that are caught in the plant’s cooling-water screens. That includes tens of thousands of walleye and perch. In addition, […]

Hearing addresses fish kills at Bay Shore
FirstEnergy

Hearing addresses fish kills at Bay Shore

Environmentalists, FirstEnergy at odds OREGON — “The state regulatory agency has conceded the plant, in hindsight, never should have been built at the confluence of where the Maumee River meets Lake Erie’s Maumee Bay, one of the Great Lakes region’s most important fish nurseries. FirstEnergy’s self-reported numbers, generated by paid […]

Coal / FirstEnergy

Public Hearing to be held Thursday, April 22 about FirstEnergy’s fish kills at the Bayshore Coal Plant in the Toledo area

TOLEDO — The Ohio EPA will be holding a public hearing on Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 6:30 p.m. at the Clay High School Auditorium to hear from the public about reducing fish kills at FirstEnergy’s Bayshore coal plant located in the Toledo/Oregon area on Maumee Bay. FirstEnergy is proposing […]