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  •  Please don't yell at me people but I noticed... (4+ / 0-)
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    TomP, 6412093, elwior, RWood

    something else.  I glanced at the Deputy Project Manager's Bio in the redacted section.   He's the guy that "if there's smoke there must be fire" concern is about.   His specialty is Cultural Resources.  That part of NEPA review is historic buildings, cultural assets, oftentimes interaction with tribes, etc., not heavy duty environmental analysis.  And as deputy project manager, probably tasked with keeping all aspects of drafting the EIS moving.  So I guess I'm saying I agree with TomP, but even would apply it to the redaction issue.  Yeah it looks crummy, but they redacted everyones projects.  If this is standard fare for State because proposal could have CBI or some other personal info in it then maybe there really isn't a story.  I knew people from ERM back in the day, and I just would hate for this guy to have mud slung on him if it is really a stupid thing State does as a matter of policy.

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    by snappydogs on Thu Mar 21, 2013 at 02:48:28 PM PDT

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