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Wednesday, May 15, 2002

Soot stopped at door of AK Steel meeting




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Middletown residents and environmentalists upset over emissions from AK Steel's mill questioned CEO Richard Wardrop Jr. at the company's annual meeting Tuesday in Wilmington, Del., but they didn't get to deliver the 150 pounds of soot they say was spewed from the plant.

        Ray Agee of United Neighbors Against Dirty Air said the bags of soot didn't clear metal detectors designed to screen those attending the meeting in a Wilmington hotel.

        Mr. Agee said the group, which is stepping up its opposition to emissions from the steel plant, felt that it demonstrated its concern and wasn't satisfied with the company's reaction.

        “It hardened my resolve,” he said of the company's response.

       



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