Kim Chaffee 
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Re: “Carpenters' union sues SLO over Tank Farm project

Tank Farm Road Fire and Oil Explosion in 1926 is still affecting this community in San Luis Obispo.

The Central Coast Water Board should be sued for dereliction of duty.

The proposed construction on the vacant land of Tank Farm Road will do onsite Dewatering on their contaminated groundwater, what a joke. Where do they plan on discharging the poisoned water too with their ridiculous pre-treatment plan?

All the while knowing that folks that live in these affordable housing units on this property will not challenge the owners, property management, and the water board on the dewater cumulative plan on the procedures and toxic waste protocols.

The new tenants will not ask about the cumulative static water levels, or how close will the water wells will be to their aquifers, what are the final covers outline reports, who will monitor and report these deep injection wells too, or demand that they publicly show their permit to the public by the FDEP and the import report.

Instead, these people will be too scared to rock the boat and will become lifetime victims to your #engineeringcatastrophes graveyard.

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Posted by Kim Chaffee on 03/23/2019 at 2:45 PM

Re: “Carpenters' union sues SLO over Tank Farm project

HomeFacts @ Tanks & Spills Information For San Luis Obispo

276 Tank Farm Rd, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401


Property Description:

276 Tank Farm Rd is a parcel of land located in San Luis Obispo, California and has a legal description provided by the local assessor of SLO:076383001. The account number for this parcel is SLO-076383001.

This parcel is owned by Union Oil Co Of Ca and can be described as a Vacant.
For more information regarding 276 Tank Farm Rd including construction details, assessments, previous owners, and sales data please look below.


Public Notice to San Luis Obispo County Officials and their Attorneys:

Would you build a house/commercial building on this land, that is the million dollar question?

All over the Country, many Planning Departments/ HUD/EPA are allowing greenfield projects, brownfield sites, superfund sites and underground oil spills property to be build on. When the owner of this land on Tank Farm Road admits that only 25% of the land will be cleaned up that should bring up red flags to every one in the community. It is a toxic tort case in the making.

If it is allowed to go through, my statement serves as a public disclosure notice and the city will be the fall guy and every one else that is aware of this contaminated site. I attend to alert everyone involved, that this land will depreciate and trapping anyone in this unfortunate situation is wrong and you will pay a price down the road. It is better to walk away from the deal now.

Also, this land owner had 8 years to clean up this property, it has only been several years. In addition, spills and fires like this can never be cleaned up, it stays in the ground/water indefinitely. There has been many lawsuits against the property owner of Tank Farm Road property on this very matter.

This property is on a fast track construction because the Governor will withhold the gas tax funds from SLO County if they do not build affordable housing. Maybe he should hear about this crooked deal.

The County doesn't not care enough about the residents/workers of this proposed property instead they will leave them vulnerable to poisoning by toxins waste within 5 to 9 years. The County needs to take on the role of protector instead of a ruler of incompetence's and greed. Enough said.

Kim Chaffee

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Posted by Kim Chaffee on 03/20/2019 at 1:33 AM

Re: “Carpenters' union sues SLO over Tank Farm project

Look at the website and environmental working /zip code search about the safety of the water and land. The land is contaminated and no one should EVER be allowed to work or live there. The landowner has been sued numerous times over this and the companies across the street from the land tell all their employees to not drink the water for decades. What more do you need, if a worker spent any time there working long hours, who knows what would happen to their health?

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Posted by Kim Chaffee on 03/17/2019 at 12:05 AM

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