Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Chicago Pollutes Lake Michigan

Unsparing in its criticisms of Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District overflows, Chicago discovers its systems can be overwhelmed, too.

90 billion gallons worth. That is a honkin' big number.

Update: 99 billion gallons. Unprecedented.

Maybe this will result in less finger-pointing our way from the south.


I swear I didn't see this editorial in the Journal Sentinel tonight before I put up this post, but the paper is dead-on in its position and prose.

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