Discussion

Murray Bilby’s Testimony During Council Meeting

Faulty data creates monumental decision mistakes August 31, 2021 Comments read at Churchill Council meeting 9-13-2021 The objective of my statements in this presentation is to lay out why the traffic statistics of the applicant are grossly underestimated.  And since...

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Helpful Information in a Single Source

A Churchill Future group member, Liz Casman, created a document with a lot of helpful information in a single source. Here is a 35 page document with an incredible amount of useful and interesting information. Click here to read. 

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Amazon Books to Check Out

Here are the two latest books that I read in July. When objectors are preparing their arguments and statements you can add credibility by referencing some the thousands of links and study bibliographies on this site.   The site is massive and confusing, but you can...

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YouTube Videos on Amazon

Compiled June 25, 2021 For those who prefer to observe rather than read about Amazon, I have compiled a number of YouTube videos to explain the complex structure that allows Amazon to deliver packages faster than anyone else. At the end of the list, it describes the...

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Amazon attrition is 150%!

17-minute interview on the NPR's Marketplace Morning Report by David Brancaccio with the authors of this NYT article. https://download.stream.publicradio.org/marketplace/segments/2021/06/18/mp_20210618_seg_MMR_-_Amazon_Q_WEB_64.mp3?srcoid=web    

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The Amazon That Customers Don’t See

https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/06/15/us/amazon-workers.html?campaign_id=9&emc=edit_nn_20210615&instance_id=33021&nl=the-morning&regi_id=100559748&segment_id=60700&te=1&user_id=48e7ab92dfa0f94c9e9174d14a46f44f When the coronavirus...

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Where to Find Churchill Public Notices

Churchill Borough publishes all official notices in this small local paper, The Valley Mirror. So to be notified of projects such as the Hillwood one for Amazon, residents need to read this weekly publication. Unfortunately, it only prints 5000 copies, found mostly in...

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