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    wordjazz
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    Fascinating.

    Since the board is now obsessed with Chicago – California waning? – you may find this of interest:

    Trump Tower, one of largest users of Chicago River water, has never met EPA rules for protecting fish, records show

    “…State records obtained by the Tribune show the president’s glass-and-steel skyscraper is one of the largest users of Chicago River water for its cooling systems, siphoning nearly 20 million gallons a day through intakes so powerful the machines could fill an Olympic swimming pool in less than an hour, then pumping the water back into the river up to 35 degrees hotter.

    Like other large users that draw water directly from rivers or lakes, Trump Tower is required to follow federal and state regulations detailing how facilities should limit the number of fish pinned against intake screens or killed by sudden changes in pressure and temperature.

    Yet of the nearly dozen high-rises that rely on the Chicago River for cooling water, the decade-old skyscraper developed by Donald Trump is the only one that has failed to document it took those measures, state records show. ..”

     

    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-met-trump-tower-fish-kill-20180618-story.html

    #191855

    finance85
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    Strawman. Different topic jazz. Nice deflection. I assume the deflection is on purpose because you didn’t start a new thread.

    #191859

    Guckster
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    LOL talk about pulling crap out of your ass,….

    Just give up,…

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    F4Gary
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    #192002

    Guckster
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    ^^Accurate 😉

    #192006

    Guckster
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    #192017

    finance85
    Moderator

    I guess jazz doesn’t want to talk about the Reverend Martin, and how much the Reverend represents the poor people on the south side of Chicago.

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