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  1. 1. GE AWLS jC3 ; Page Ilof 7 RECORD TYPE: FEDERAL (NOTES MAIL) CREATOR:Owens.Denisegepamina±epa~gov C Owens.Denise~epamail~epa~gov [ UNKNOWN I CREATION DATE/TME: 6-JUN-2002 12:42:48.00 SUBJECT: : June 6, 2002 PM NEWS CLIPS TO:John L. Howard Jr. ( CN=John L. Howard Jr./OU=CEQ/O=EOP@EOP [ CEQ READ :UNKNOWN ([ UNKNOWN I READ:UNKNOWN TO:Otis.Rick~epamail~epa~gov C Otis.Rickgepamail.epa~gov ( UNKNOWN READ :UNKNOWN TO; ( Hunt.Loretta~epamail.epa~gov C UNKNOWN READ :UNKNOWN TO:Nelson.Kim~epamnail~epa~gov [ UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN TO:Knutti.Emil~epamail~epa~gov CKnutti.Emil~eparnail..epa~gov [ UNKNOWN READ :UNKNOWN TO:Anderson.Diane~epamail~epa~govC Anderson.Diane~epamail.epa~gov [ UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN TO:Horton.Ashley~epamail~epa~govC Horton.Ashley~epamail.epa~gov C UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN TO:Cunningham.John~epamail~epa~gov ( C UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN C C UNKNOWN READ :UNKNOWN TO:Torma.Tim~epamail.epa~gov CTorma.Tim~epamail.epa.gav C UNKNOWN READ :UNKNOWN TO:Walker.Jan~epamail~epa~gov UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN TO:Damn.Thomas~epamail~epa~gov C UNKNOWN READ :UNKNOWN C UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN TO:Skinner.Thomas~epamail.epa.govC Skinner.Thomas~epamail.epa.gcv [ UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN TO:Lemley.Rich~epamail.epa~gov C [ UNKNOWN I READ :UNKNOWN ( [ UNKNOWN READ: UNKNOWN TO:Kahn.Miles~epamail.epa~gov C C UNKNOWN file://D):SEARCH_9_11_02_02_CEQFPKCV7003_CEQ.TXT 6/9/2006
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  4. 4. Page 4 of 7 (See attached file: June 6, 2002 PM NEWS CLIPS.html) - June 6, 2002 PM NEWS CLIPS.html-==========ATTACHMENT 1 --- ATT CREATION TIME/DATE: 0 00:00:00.00 TEXT: <Idoctype html public "-//w3c//dtd html 4.0 transitional//en"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Conteflt-Type" content=&'text/html; charset=iso-8859-1l"> 4 7 5 [en] (Win9B; Ui) (Netscape]"> <meta name="GENERATOR"1 content="Mozilla/ . <title>june6pm</title> </head> <body> <b><font size=+l>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&bsp;SP&nbsp&nbsp&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp&n bsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; 8nb sp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &bp&bp&bp&bp&nbsp;&nbsp;&ns &bp; bp&nbsp;n5&nbsp;&nbsp&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;& nbsp; &nbsp; EPA&nbsP; &nbsP; NEWS&nbsp; &nbsp; CLIPS< /font>< /b> <br><b><font size=±l>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&flbsp&nbsp;&nbsp&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbs p;&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp ;&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &:bp&bp&bp&bp&p&nbsp;.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsppnsp;&np;nS;nS~l5~bpns~bsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;& nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; PM&nbsp;&nbsp; E DITION</foflt></b> <br><b><font size=±1>&nbsp;&nbsp;&flbsp;&p;flbsp;&nb5Pnsp&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbs p; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp ;&nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; THURSDAY,&nbsp; JUNE 6, 2002</font></b><b><font size=+1></font></b> <p><b><font size=+l>EPA&nbsp; NEWS&nbsp; CLIPS contain copyrighted materials and are for the use of the designated rec ipients only.&nbsp; Neither EPA NEWS CLIPS nor any individual articles may be distributed further.</font></b> <br><b><fontsie+>************************************ **************************************</font></b><foflt size=±1></font> <p><b>Defending the Wild Forests</b> 2 0 0 2 Jun <br>&nbsp;<a href="http: //>tp/wwwsigops~o/pdnatce/<a <br>The Washington Post <br>Wednesday, June 5, 200 2; Page A22 <br>ONE OF THE MOST significant accomplishments of the Clinton administration was the shift in focus of the U.S. Forest Service from extracting resources from the national forests to managing those lands for broader benefits, including <br>environimental and recreational Ovalues. That long-overdue change found its ultimate expression in the "roadless rule," which barred new road-building in 58.5 million acres of untouched national forest land, protecting those wild areas from future incur sions. on one level, the rule was a practical response to a management problem: The Forest Service has an $8 billion maintenance backlog on existing roads, and one way to improve care of the existing system is to stop expanding it. More important, though, the rule drew a bright line between the forest lands already opened to development and those that remain unspoiled, aiming to protect the wild areas for future generations. file://D:SEARCH_9_11_02-02_CEQF~_PKCV7003_CEQ.TXT 6/6/2006
  5. 5. Page 5 of 7 •br>&nbsp; <p><b>Claim: Cable Project Damaged Shellfish</b> <br>&nbsp;'ca h ref='http: // %2 Dheadlines%2Dlocalfl> n06 .story?coll=hc%2Dheadlifles%2Dlocal</a> <br>AssoCiated Press <br>NEW HAVEN -- A shellfish company owner claims that 40 acres of oysters and clams were destroyed by an electric <cbr>cable project in Long Island Sound.&nbsp; Ben Burgos of Ben's Seafood LLC, in his complaint to the Connecticut Siting Council, claims that the clam and oyster beds we re blanketed with sand, silt and waste stirred up by the Cross Sound Cable Co. project last month. <br>&nbsp; <p><b>Food plant facing $341,265 fine from&nbsp; EPA</b> <br>&nbsp;<a href="http: //,'>http://ww</a> <br>The Detroit Free Press <br>The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a $341,265 fine against a food processing plant that was the site of an explosion in January 2000.&nbsp; The EPA said that Norqu ick Distributing violated federal laws regulating reporting of a hazardous chemical release and two related emergency- preparedness laws. <br>&nbsp; <p><b>The Very Public Secret Hearing</b> <br>&nbsp;<a hrf"tp/wwwsigops~omw-y/rilsA30-02u>tp/wwwsigops~o/p-y/rilsA30-02u5hm<a <br>The Washington Post <br>By Howard Kurtz <br>Washington Post Staff Writer <br>Wednesday, June 5, 2002; 8:44 AM <br>What if they held an important&nbsp; hearing and kept the press out? Can anyone hear the sound of congressmen yakking behind closed doors?&nbsp; Sure. You just listen as they race to the cameras when the session ends.&nbsp, The Hill's Cone of Silence doesn't <br>last very long. <br>&nbsp; <p><b>Plan aims to protect water APG, Aberdeen officials devise four ways to keep chemical from wells</b> <br>&nbsp;<a href="http://w uso~e/nw/oa/a-dwelOjn6soy coll=bal%2Dpe%2Dmaryland">http://www.sunspot .net/news/local/bal-md .wellsO6junO6 .story?coll=bal%2Dpe%2Dmaryland</a> <br>The Baltimore Sun <br>By Lane Harvey Brown <br>Sun Staff <br>originally published June 6, 2002 <br>A group of Army and Aberdeen officials devised yesterday a four-point plan to deal with perchlorate, a hazardous industrial chemical found last month in ground water near the town's drinking water wells. <br>&nbsp; <p><b>Big cities a headache U.N. summit wants to address</b> 0 6 0 62 0 0 2 /r <br>&nbsp;<a href="http:/i/ 0 0 2 2 eu 4 7 4 6 2 .asp"> /reu 47462.a sp</a> file://D:SEARCH_9_11_02 02_CEQF_PKCV7003_CEQ.TXT 6/6/2006
  6. 6. Page 6 of 7 <br>Environimental News Network <br>Thursday, June 06, 2002 <br>By Dean Yates, Reuters air are part <br>BALI, Indonesia open sewers, choking traffic, and bad of the daily&nbsp; grind in Asian cities like Indonesia's capital Jakarta, The World a problem the U.N. hopes to tackle at a summit in August.&nbsp; Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg Earth Summit 2&nbsp; is being billed as the largest U.N. c onference ever, where 100 heads of drag millions state and 60,000 delegates are expected to work on a plan to out of poverty while protecting the environment. <br>&nbsp; <p><b>Global warming to hit California water supply, says study</b> 47 <br>&nbsp;<a href=" 6 2 0 0 2 /reu-47464.asp</a 4 6 4 .asp">http://www.enrl.comf/flews/wire-stories/2002/06/060 <br>Environmental News Network <br>Thursday, June 06, 2002 <br>By Andrew Quinn, Reuters <br>SAN FRANCISCO Global warming will bring hotter temperatures and depleted demands snowpacks to Calif ornia over the next several decades, boosting on the state's already strained water supplies, according to a new study.&nbsp; plus higher "With less precipitation falling as snow and more as rain, temperatures creating increased demand for water, the impacts on our water professor storage system will be enormous," said Lisa Sloan, an associate of Earth sciences at the University of California-Santa Cruz (UCSC) and an author of the new research. <br>&nbsp; <p><b>Bush cool to climate report</b> <br>&nbsp;<a href=""> ticles/60 43 7 .htm</a> <br>The Washington Post <br>June 06, 2002 himself <br>WASHINGTON President George W. Bush has appeared to distance from a report by his administration that says in global warming, <br>hunman activities are mostly to blame for recent trends which many scientists predict will seriously disrupt the <br>environmfent. <br>&nb Sp; <p><b>Alderman calls department 'incompetent'</b> <br>&nbsp;<a href="http: //" >http://w utmscmotu/uins/s-i-ln6hm<a <br>June 6, 2002 <br>BY FRAN SPIELMAN CITY HALL REPORTER and inability <br>The Department of Planning and Development's 'incompetence" to "close a deal" has stalled sorely needed development in Chicago neighborhood 5, Council investigati an influential alderman charged Wednesday, demanding a City on. <br>&n bsp; and are for <br>EPA&nbsp; NEWS&nbSp; CLIPS contain copyrighted materials the use of the designated recipients only.&nbsp; Neither EPA NEWS CLIPS nor any individual articles may be distributed further. 6/6/2006 file://D:SEARCH_9_11_02_02.CEQFPKCV7003_CEQ.TXT
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