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Re: Ethanol transloading

  • To: Jim Hartmann
  • Subject: Re: Ethanol transloading
  • From: Adam Thiel/Alex
  • Date: 09 Apr 2008 09:14:03
  • Bcc:
  • Cc: "Michele Evans" <text converted to image to prevent junkmail harvesting>

Given what's happened so far, I wonder if the gravity of the situation might be conveyed better if the meeting is called by the CMO?

I think at this point my real question is how we're going to obtain the necessary resources to be prepared for this new hazard? Do we have any power to negotiate with NS?

We certainly need the City Attorney, PZ, Code, TES, and Fire at the table; there might be others?

I'm happy to take the lead...just let me know and we can set it up.



    ----- Original Message -----

    From: Jim Hartmann
    Sent: 04/09/2008 08:59 AM
    To: Adam Thiel
    Cc: Michele Evans; Ignacio Pessoa
    Subject: Re: Ethanol transloading

Yes. Please make sure we are included and someone is prepared to go over the process they are using and where the vulnerable points occur and the site layout.We will also need to draft up something that can be distributed to other Stakeholders/ general public. Finally, we need to go on record with NS Railroad regarding our position. Lots to discuss.Who do you anticipate inviting?

Jim Hartmann
Alexandria City Manager

Adam Thiel/Alex

04/08/2008 08:29 PM

"Jim Hartmann" <text converted to image to prevent junkmail harvesting>, "Michele Evans" <text converted to image to prevent junkmail harvesting>
Ethanol transloading

Do we need to schedule a meeting of the principals to develop a strategy for addressing subject?