Mold, dirty water and heating problems are among some of the issues military families in southeastern Connecticut said they’re dealing with in their privately-run military housing. Sen.Richard Blumenthal (D) visited some of the homes in Groton on Wednesday to see the conditions first-hand. A Submarine Base New London spokesperson said there are 1,041 active duty families living in privately-run military housing units in Groton, some built as far back as the 1960s. He said all have some degree of rehab work done, or were built when the property management company took over in the early 2000s. But some Navy families said health and safety issues aren’t being addressed properly. Jury: Monsanto Was a Factor in Sonoma County Man's Cancer Chief Petty Officer Chazwani Kelly and his wife Glenda Pelliccio showed Blumenthal mold under the drain in their bathroom sink and throughout the shower. Pelliccio said she cleans it often and it keeps coming back. “The bottom of … [Read more...] about Navy Families Express Concerns Over Housing in Groton
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The Better Business Bureau says nationwide employment scams top the list of riskiest scams because of potential for huge financial loss and compromised personal information. A Cheshire man who almost fell victim to one reached out to NBC Connecticut Responds to share his cautionary tale. Thomas Riccitelli is unemployed and searching for a job. He thought signing up with a Secret shopper program would be a fast way to make some cash. “What attracted me to it was the fact that I would be dealing with people,” said Thomas Riccitelli. The job required Riccitelli to evaluate the layout, products and customer service of local shipping companies like the US Postal service or Fed-Ex. Jury: Monsanto Was a Factor in Sonoma County Man's Cancer “I said great, you know,” he said. Riccitelli was instructed through email to deposit $1,700 cashier’s check, then, deduct $200 for his assignment, $50 for Fed-Ex shipping charges, and mail the remaining $1,500 in money … [Read more...] about Cheshire Man Nearly Duped By Phony Employment Offer
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Photo supplied by: Gary Kohls On July 23, 2018, my local Duluth, Minnesota TV news teams reported the following short bit of information that they had received from Essentia Health’s media relations folks. Essentia admitted that their clinic’s varicella (live chickenpox virus) vaccines and ProQuad inoculations (= MMR [live measles, mumps, rubella viruses plus varicella]) had been injected into a number of pediatric patients over an unspecified period of time. Essentia had discovered that the inocula had been stored at an “improper temperature”. The parents of the patients had been urged by a separate letter to return for a repeat shot of the live virus vaccine. I checked Essentia’s website and found no clarification of the brief bit of information that had been reported on TV, so I decided, in the interest of providing the information that patients are supposed to be given before giving their consent to being injected with a potentially hazardous group of … [Read more...] about An Attempt to Enlighten Parents of Vaccine-Wounded Children (and Their Often Willfully-Ignorant Non-Scientist Politicians) Regarding Another Vaccine Cover-up