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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


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.


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


sorry - here is the Multnomah schools link made smaller:

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