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June 25, 2014 at 7:04 AM

City Light copper theft: Stop throwing money at the problem

The article “City Light leader fell for ‘Indian’ copper con” made me wonder:  If the citizens of Seattle cannot entrust Seattle City Light Superintendent Jorge Carrasco to keep 20 tons of copper safe, how are we to believe he is keeping secure billions of dollars worth of dams?  For this the mayor is planing on giving him a…

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June 6, 2013 at 6:02 AM

Bristol Bay construction

Protect jobs Your editorial about Bristol Bay and the Pebble copper mine was biased and naive [“Editorial: Protect Bristol Bay,” Opinion, June 2]. The environment absolutely needs protection, but people need jobs, too. You completely ignored a study that shows Pebble could create 16,000 high-paying jobs across the country, and because the supplies would mostly be…

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