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I think that we all can agree that there is asbestos on site A and site C. Given the way that QE handled the asbestos on those sites, one might question if all of our roads were filled with crushed asbestos pipes as well... maybe the FBI can look into that.
One think is not clear: if the City Manager, City Council, MIPD, or any other City employee was aware of this. Perhaps I am naive (or optimistic), but I would say no. Although we may not all agree on the way they have voted on a particular issue or the way they handled certain things, that does not make them criminals. I think that for the most part the elected and employed officials in our City are good people who are making decisions that they think are right.
Say what you want, but I have a hard time believing that an elected official or employee would risk public humiliation, losing their job and possible jail time to cover up for a botched construction project. The REAL criminals here are those people within Quality Enterprises who made the decision to dispose of the asbestos in the manner that they did. We can debate all day about Tucker, Moss and DiSchullo, but I can say with strong conviction that they were not the ones crushing asbestos pipes (nor were they the ones ordering that it be illegally disposed of).
The only fault I see with the City in this scenario is that they continue to allow QE to finish City contracts.
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