Rainier frowns on proposal to increase oil train traffic
(Source: The Daily News, November 7, 2013)
LONGVIEW, Wash. — A plan to double the number of crude oil trains going to Port Westward could create 30 new jobs but is meeting resistance from Rainier officials and some residents, who have safety concerns and want improvements in the town’s notoriously cramped rail corridor.
Full story: The Daily News
Friday, November 08, 2013
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