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Stop O&G Industries from Relocating Its Concrete and Asphalt Recycling Operation to Cedar Creek

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Dear Mayor Ganim and members of the City of Bridgeport Zoning Board:

The undersigned citizens of Bridgeport believe it is time to stop moving polluting industries to our neighborhoods. Specifically, we do not want O&G’s concrete and asphalt recycling plant moved to Howard Ave. Such a plant would:

  • Reduce air quality
  • Increase the asthma risk among children
  • Increase likelihood of other respiratory diseases
  • Pollute our waterways
  • Create an eyesore next to Seaside Park
  • Ruin recreational opportunities for the area
  • Produce unwanted noise
  • Create nuisance dust,
  • Discourage more positive development
  • Reduce property values
  • Increase truck traffic

We strongly ask you to not grant O&G’s Special Permit request to release dust into our air and waterways, store hazardous materials in the open, and store materials in a Coastal zone. None of this conforms to our Master Plan, and O&G’s request disregards the common sense written into our zoning regulations.

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