Yes, as if rampant public sector nepotism, a bankrupt city, high taxes, poor employment picture, crater-sized potholes, methane bubbling in water and higher than average death rates weren't enough, things in NEPA may very well manage to get worse. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you...
Yes, the good folks at the Keystone Sanitary Landfill want to add 50 years of garbage capacity to their landfill via going skyward. I kid you not...simply read the article. They actually, literally, factually want to make a garbage mountain.
Look, I get it: we need to put our garbage somewhere but do we really also need to put New Jersey's, Connecticut's and New York's garbage here too? Seriously. when some folks say that "NEPA is a dump", little do they know that they are actually being factually correct. Well technically it is a dump twice over, as we have two large ones within a few miles of each other.
This is truly a bad, bad idea.