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  1. Thanks, Antoine. Below is the question I intend to ask tonight. Rich, do you or whoever is the Moderator (somehow I have not gotten the CCNA googlegroup emails lately) want to ask it? Or should I ask it from the floor? I do not have the candidates email addresses, so can you please forward this to them so each has time to reflect on implications of this question. Thank you. Keep up the good work. Suzanne

    *My question: *The CCST state mandated heath study debunked the Inglewood Oil Field Health Study, concluding that the study was insufficient with many major limitations including confounding regional air samples with local exposure. ( page 217) It also states that Sonoma’s air quality testing at the Inglewood Oil Field is inconclusive in determining health risks. (page 223). The CCST mandates the Precautionary Principle until an adequate health study is done. (page 214)

    *If you are elected will you support the demand that Freeport McMoran pays for an adequate, valid health study before being allowed to receive any permits in Culver City?*

    ****For full citations of pages referenced, see for California Council on Science and Technology, Volume III, Chapter 4

    A Case Study of the Petroleum Geological Potential and Potential Public Health Risks Associated with Hydraulic Fracturing and Oil and Gas Development in The Los Angeles Basin

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    On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 4:20 PM, Culver Crest Neighborhood Association wrote:

    > Antoine Durr posted: “The Culver Crest Neighborhood Association will be > hosting a City Council Candidates Forum at El Rincon Elementary School on > Thursday, March 10 at 7pm. All seven candidates will be speaking. Bring > your questions and be prepared to vote on April 12! Ther” >

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