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By 7:05 p.m. on November 10. 1983, over 300 people had crowded into and overflowed the City Council Chambers at Missoula. Montana. The occasion was the hearing before the Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences on a request by Champion International Corporation for a modified permit to discharge treated wastewater year round from its kraft paper mill at Frenchtown. This event, I think more than any other in recent times focused public attention on the beleaguered Clark Fork River and served as a catalyst for action.

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19-4-1985 12:00 AM

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19-4-1985 12:00 AM

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Foreword

By 7:05 p.m. on November 10. 1983, over 300 people had crowded into and overflowed the City Council Chambers at Missoula. Montana. The occasion was the hearing before the Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences on a request by Champion International Corporation for a modified permit to discharge treated wastewater year round from its kraft paper mill at Frenchtown. This event, I think more than any other in recent times focused public attention on the beleaguered Clark Fork River and served as a catalyst for action.