LETTER: Flaring has Gladstone wondering what we're breathing

SINCERELY hope that the environmental mob is going to take public submissions on the emissions from the gas flare on Curtis Island.

Especially from those who were affected by it about this time last year.

Also the people of Gladstone have a right to know what we are breathing (with no cover-ups).

Gladstone people have been getting pollution stuffed down their throats for years now and it is about time it was stopped.

HERB LINWOOD, Gladstone



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