By JIMMY THE SAINT
Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus, who has worked tirelessly to better his jurisdiction’s economy, also generates justice in his decision-making. Case-in-point: this week, he agreed to a settlement payment of $1.5 million to three families in Goshen who had suffered the ills of polluted water since 1998.
The attorney for the plaintiffs, Dennis Lynch, said, “[Neuhaus] has always done everything he could to bring this case to a reasonable resolution and personally involved himself in it. Finally, our clients are receiving clean water, which we know may have required many more years of litigation and appeals had it not been for the direct efforts of Mr. Neuhaus.”
When people are damaged by environmental defects that have been caused by others, they should be remunerated. Of course, the so-called human-caused “climate change” (formerly known as “global warming”) is a crock of crap, engineered by those with an interest in profiting from this hoax. But sometimes people are harmed through people-triggered pollution—and when this happens, justice dictates that a payment is warranted.
Merry Christmas to these three Goshen families.
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