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While this is not a Democratic issue, it is a city issue that impacts everyone.
The Mohawk Tannery on Fairmont St in Nashua operated until 1984, tanning hides for leather. It is an EPA Superfund cleanup site contaminated by barium, arsenic and carcinogenic dioxin.
A local developer is interested in converting these 40 acres into multifunctional housing and commercial uses along the parkway.
The community concern has been around how the cleanup is being proposed. The EPA and the developer are proposing that the contaminated lagoons be capped. Many in the community believe that removing the contaminated soil is a far better option, but is also much more expensive.
No decisions have been made. If you would like to know more, use the link below.
Bridges has been serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the Greater Nashua area since 1977. In addition to supporting women and families as they transition out of abusive relationships and households, they run a crisis line that relies heavily on volunteers to both field calls and accompany victims to the hospital to help provide resources and information about Bridges Services.
To learn more about how you can make an impact–– go to http://bridgesnh.org/
Addiction doesn’t discriminate between political parties or zip codes. That’s why I’ve worked to bring together Republicans and Democrats to make real progress for families and individuals impacted by the opioid epidemic. We’ve been able break through the partisan gridlock to pass legislation to support prevention, treatment and long-term recovery and give law enforcement additional tools to keep dangerous drugs off the streets. Check out my new ad highlighting my work to address this crisis.
Posted by Annie Kuster on Friday, October 5, 2018