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Craig Williams

Here's the USA Today link: http://content.usatoday.com/news/nation/environment/smokestack/search/OR/~/portland/~/name/~/1/

Craig Williams

Trying again: http://tinyurl.com/mo5259

Dan

This is a very important topic. Thanks for writing about it! I am especially concerned as well about the lonely air quality monitoring device. In 2002, a warehouse containing monitors and computers being held for recycling burned and there was terrible acrid smoke all throughout downtown NW Portland. I was with my child and we quickly left the area. I tried to track the exposure information but the Oregonian reporter did not get very far in pursuing the story.

Dan

Here are the schools in Multnomah County in the 1st percentile: http://content.usatoday.com/news/nation/environment/smokestack/search/OR/~/Multnomah/~/rank/~/1/

Dan

sorry - here is the Multnomah schools link made smaller:
http://tiny.cc/Ww2lb

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