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Post 7 in a series. 3.16.15 Wastewater & Waste Importation Presentation to Whitewater Unified School District from John Adams on Vimeo. Jump ahead almost fifteen months, from 12.3.13 to 3.16.15, and City Manager Clapper and Wastewater Superintendent Reel are at the Whitewater Unified School District. Months later, and millions in spending requests, but still lots

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Post 6 in a series. A list of questions, updated as new ones arise, from When Green Turns Brown. Find this post, and you’ll have found all the questions from the entire series as they’re added . (Every question in this series has a unique number, assigned consecutively based on when it was asked. All

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Post 5 in a series. What happens when one looks closely, line by line, and sentence by sentence, at a municipal presentation? Last week, I gave an overview of a 12.3.13 presentation on a plan to use Whitewater’s digester to import waste from other cities into Whitewater. Today, I’ll go through that presentation closely, and

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Post 4 in a series. 12.3.13 Whitewater WI Common Council Digester Importation Discussion from John Adams on Vimeo. I promised last week a look at the December 3, 2013 digester presentation, from Whitewater’s Wastewater Superintendent Tim Reel, and City Manager Cameron Clapper. In that presentation (not so long ago, only about a year-and a-half) and

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Post 3 in a series. Updated 6.22.15. Last week I promised a working bibliography (one that’s a work in progress, subject to updates) of what the City of Whitewater has published or said about a digester project. That bibliography appears below. I’ll offer a few remarks about it: Each presentation below raises numerous questions about the

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Post 2 in a series. Considering what’s been presented about the digester proposal, what preliminary questions come to mind? Not in any particular order, but simply as topics? I have answers to some of these, I think, but today I’m just listing general questions. 1. For the digester proposal, specifically, who benefits and at what