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Long Beach Police Dept. Official Raises Concerns Regarding Draft EIR

A top-ranking official of the Long Beach Police Department has expressed skepticism over some elements in the draft environmental impact report issued for a proposed LNG terminal to be sited at the Port of Long Beach. LB Deputy Chief of Police Tim Jackma
December 1, 2005

A top-ranking official of the Long Beach Police Department has expressed skepticism over some elements in the draft environmental impact report issued for a proposed LNG terminal to be sited at the Port of Long Beach. LB Deputy Chief of Police Tim Jackman also countered the document’s assertion that the facility would not raise public safety expenses. The chief stated that he was not speaking in support or opposition to the proposed project. LBReport.com has the details.

See similar article in today’s Los Angeles Times and Long Beach Press Telegram. [Archived L.A. Times articles are available for a fee. Long Beach Press Telegram article is no longer available online.]

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