Watch Pervis Brown's reaction at the end of Warner's dramatic speech:
Bob Haag logged into our live chat (you can read the entire chat right beneath this post. Skip to 8:50 - that's when Bob logs in) to explain and answer questions about Sandusky's coal tar plume.
Since people are curious about what the coal tar problem looks like, here is the map:
Hopefully the Haags get into describing this problem for the community a little more in depth.
Update: Jason Singer is writing an article for the Sandusky Register.
I am writing a large story on the coal tar plume — how it got there, where it is, what are the dangers, what are the possible solutions, what happened at the city commission meeting, the possible problems with Hall & Associates' plan, and what the Haags proposes we should do — which will run some time this weekend.