Faces of Our Community

Alex Allred

Alex Allred

"The good news is your air is still clean and your water is still drinkable. You can do something that we in Texas cannot. You can stop this before it ever starts."


Billy Valley

Billy Valley

"Anybody that turns down $4 million to build their company just to get around some rules...that's kind of shady to me."


Andre Silva

Andre Silva

"If a cement plant moves to town and threatens the air quality of a city that already has bad air quality, that could be a real deal breaker for us."


Willson Carr

Willson Carr

"I guarantee you I'm not the only Marine that lives out there...so you've got military personnel that are affected. We're just concerned citizens."


Jen Gordon

Jen Gordon

"Just like in the town that I was raised, industry comes down with the sledgehammer."


Amy Formyduval

Amy Formyduval

"Wilmington is not an industrial town. It's known for its beaches...for tourism, for swimmers, for fishermen, for runners...everybody that likes to come to the beach. That's what brings in money to Wilmington."


Willis Haynes

Willis Haynes

"I wonder what [Titan] will do with all the water. Water is one of our most precious commodities."


Warren Smith

Warren Smith

"Putting something that could harm the environment so close to the river is not a good idea."


Beth Sedlock

Beth Sedlock

"I can still see those cement trucks barreling through town one right after the other covered with dust."


Rebecca Trammel

Rebecca Trammel

"I realized that the same thing that I'm trying to recover from might become a threat in my future." - Rebecca Trammel, Faces of Our Community, says after learning more about the Titan project.


Angela Cannon and Bill Brown

Angela Cannon and Bill Brown

"We do fishing. We do farming. We do tourism. We do fun. We don't do cement. It just doesn't fit..."


Sarah Howard

Sarah Howard

"I guarantee any teacher can say this, or any parent, when you bring your child to school you want the best for them...if their physical environment is contaminated it is going to affect their learning."


Greg Lew

Greg Lew

Most of my clients have COPD or asthma and those are chronic conditions. Adding pollutants into the air could further exacerbate their conditions and lead to increased hospitalization or shortness of breath.


GARY HURLEY

GARY HURLEY

If we think twice about whether or not we can eat the fish out of the Cape Fear River...this great resource in our backyard...absolutely it'll keep people from coming here.



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