Um, yeah aside from the fact that the water was contaminated by the Army, who had to build a water treatment facility to clean it up.i also live about a pennies throw from the arsenol, its actually a nice area.
Oh and the fact that there have been over a half a dozen serin gas bombs (serin is a type VX nerve agent) found on the RMA over the last 2-3 years. Despite the Army's claim that all Bio/Chem weapons have been removed and accounted for.
Then there was the storage tanks containing Chemical and Biological weapons that leaked.
And let's not forget the attempts to "evaporate" these same bio/chem weapons by spraying them into the air with huge mist machines.
BTW, did I mention that I try to stay up to date on all the latest goings on over there?
Let's just say that the city council had to fight the US Army and the EPA (remember them, they are supposed to be on our side) to keep RMA closed! These fools wanted to open that contaminated land to housing developments.
A special thanks to Senator Wayne Allard for helping to keep this land as it is.
As a nature preserve it looks beautiful. But the fact is that the land needs to be studied for long term health hazards.
Um, slowly getting down from my soap box now.