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Upstream Watch files Motion to Dismiss (click button to view)

January 3, 2019

A major concern with this application is the lack of assurances that there is a complete understanding of all the pollutants from the NAF discharge.

Motion to Dismiss supporting charts. (click button to view)

January 7, 2019

Nordic’s deficiencies in TRI are fatal and incurable for the reasons set out more fully below.

Chart from the HoltraChem case that shows the distribution of mercury in the Bay.

Any dredging in the effected areas would release mercury that is currently safely buried by sediment.

January 11, 2019

A major concern with this application is the lack of assurances that there is a complete understanding of all the pollutants from the NAF discharge.

April 23, 2019

Our comments to DACF/BLM regarding NAF's attempt to correct their lack of evidence of Title, Right or Interest

January 25, 2019- Letter to the Editor

It would be appropriate for the new leadership at the DEP to reconsider a public hearing; and I recommend Northport and Islesboro be allowed and encouraged to become more fully engaged in the process.

May 1, 2019

Nordic has failed to meet its TRI burden, and Nordic cannot meet its TRI burden. Here is why.

January 23, 2019- Bangor Daily News

Spawning tomcod return to brook where dam was removed last year

May 1, 2019

Nordic cannot meet its TRI burden (cont.)

May 13, 2019

Nordic has known for months that the Eckrotes did not own the intertidal land on which their lot fronts and, as a result, Nordic lacks and could never acquire any interest in the intertidal land sufficient to constitute the TRI required to file an application for a submerged lands lease. However, Nordic intentionally withheld this information (and the surveys demonstrating this fact) from the State and the public.

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