Thursday, July 25, 2019

On a Clarke Day You Can See Nada

If Lake County had a new motto, that would likely be:
Nothing to See Here
No, really, there is nothing to see here. The 2019 quality of air in Lake County is cause for concern:
The Chicago area's "milky white" sky is caused by smoke from Canadian wildfires blowing over the upper Midwest, which could contribute to worsening air quality in the region today.
Why the sky has been so hazy
There is nothing to see in Beach Park:
Beach Park ammonia spill: Lake County Sheriff's Office releases body camera image of toxic cloud
And there is nothing to see in Gurnee:
'We don't want EtO': Residents target ethylene oxide emissions at Gurnee, Waukegan meetings
And there even is nothing to see in North Barrington:
Lake County Sheriff's Office said 75 gallons of a pesticide spilled onto the ground in North Barrington Tuesday after a mosquito abatement company vehicle hauling the liquid crashed into a tree. The sheriff's office said a preliminary investigation shows an Alsip man driving the company's 2007 Ford truck left the road and crashed after he fell asleep while driving.
Truck Crash Causes Pesticide Spill In North Barrington
Despite dumping 75 gallons of insecticides in North Barrington, that same mosquito abatement company -- Clarke --is still trusted to be spraying insecticides all over North Barrington.

Village of North Barrington
Move along. Nothing to see here.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

One more. Again nothing to see here.