RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES AGREE: THE TRUTH ABOUT ST. LOUIS’ HISTORY WITH TOXIC AND CARCINOGENIC RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL WILL BE CONFIRMED BY SOLID SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE
After an historic filing of class action suits in St. Louis County this week by residents, property owners and businesses, which seek redress for health and property losses related to decades of public exposure to radiocative toxic carcinogens, Bridgeton Landfill, LLC released this statement of continuing denial to the press:
The man who learned he loved teaching school one summer while teaching Algiers 5th graders in the early 1970s is erasing the proverbial blackboard one last time: Dr. Brian Riedlinger---long recognized as one of Louisiana’s top public educators---retires after a career that spanned five decades.
Residents and businesses impacted by St. Louis’ 75-year history of transporting and storing radioactive waste proved their lack of patience in awaiting redress of their health and property losses related to decades of unwitting exposure to toxic carcinogens: Two class action lawsuits were filed in the 21st Judicial Court of St. Louis County against numerous corporations and public agencies, including St. Louis Airport Authority.
National and local trial attorneys, led by St. Louis lawyers Ryan Keane of Keane Law and A. Gray of Johnson Gray Law, represent the private citizens. The legal team has successfully litigated against companies and corporations associated with radioactive waste for many years.
Today, Addiction Recovery Resources, Inc., a Louisiana-based addiction treatment program founded by Dr. Ken Roy and offering residential and out-patient services to Louisiana adults, filed a suit in Orleans Parish Civil District Court seeking damages from unreimbursed treatment costs and other employee losses related to the out-of-control opiate epidemic, said Attorney Lawrence Centola of Martzell, Bickford and Centola LLC.
L-R: Maanasa Narayanamoorthy, Kaitlyn Calabresi, Mariza Francis, Vanessa Chambers, Jack Wangand Jack Falstad
NEW ORLEANS – United Teachers of New Orleans (UTNO), AFT Local 527, enthusiastically endorses Ellen Hazeur for Judge of Civil District Court, Division “A”.
Ellen Hazeur, also endorsed by the Greater New Orleans AFL-CIO, was honored to have received the strong support of the Teacher’s Union.
In announcing their endorsement, UTNO stated:
Einstein Charter Students to Honor Vietnamese Culture by Celebrating “Year of the Dog” at TET Celebrations
Student-led performances will include traditional dance, the Vietnamese Anthem, song of the New Year, fashion show, and the Versailles Dragon Dance Team