LAURA EARLY AND JEN HILBURN respectively, dedicated local Riverkeepers stepped into deep, dark do-do on Chancey Road, taking unknown ash samples for shipment and analysis to Pace Analytical,

Satilla Riverkeeper Laura Early takes a sample for toxicity analysis from BR-ash dump on Scenic Drive Feb. 5, 2019.

Jen Hilburn boots up and digs “holedigger-deep,” to get ash sample while un-contained leachate runs in the background from Spring rains.

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L. A. Chancey

Literate. Everything I ever needed to know I learned the hard way, hard work. Do not accept what you are told as being factual. Investigate, ask obvious questions, consider the absurd. Find the truth, somewhere in between. Having been reared on farmland and being a member of the Future Farmers of America since 1973 at Patterson High School, I learned to love the land. Yes, I'd experienced a rural education, country living, being educated in a small town primary system was a plus. The teaching staff at Patterson Elementary & Patterson High School embedded moral teachings, backed by hard work and Christian European values. Do your best, do not lie, do not steal, do not bear false witness........

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