via Montesano Today
ED NOTE: The editor of the Vidette recently penned an editorial for the newspaper concerning the “anonymous” supporters of bringing in the proposed oil trains to Grays Harbor. It was not without a certain amount of controversy. Some took issue with his giving status to those unwilling to sign their names. Today, June 12th, 2014, a group of approximately 50 local Grays Harbor citizens met at the Furford building in Aberdeen Wa., for a talk by Knoll Lowney, an attorney, who spoke on the legal issues surrounding the coming oil trains. We will be posting that meeting in another posting.
After the meeting, I asked those willing to come up to the camera to introduce themselves, say a bit about their opposition to the oil trains. The video could have gone on much longer….but I think the point is made.