So, this area should be safe in 100 years. Why pick an area for a plant that is right by the tribe's drinking water? Why? It's like trying to exterminate the aboriginals all over again, like Desoto, except it's done by deception and although not with blatant violence like DeSoto, cancer is a painful and horrible way to die. My mother died from smoking cigarettes and clearly stated, "I did this to myself." An inoperable tumor was found and in three months of chemotherapy and blood transfusions she died before her time. My Dad died of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, a rare form of Parkinson Disease. They believe a cause of it may be exposure to harmful chemicals. He was a hands-on Civil Engineer on state highways, designing interstates and supervising the building of his designs. He was exposed to many harmful chemicals as well as the workers he had. Some of those who worked with him died from cancer, his exposure and his father's having died from Parkinson Disease made him susceptible to the rarer form. Any time a small or larger group of people are exposed to dangerous contaminants they have suffered and their family's have suffered many loses. Now it continues, this time to a tribe. It's so sad and my heart and prayers go out to this community in the hope that justice will be served and that this curse will be lifted from them sooner than later. Obviously a new water source needs to be found for this tribe and new water/sewer system installed at the expense of the company that contaminated their underground drinking water. They may even need the tribe moved and land should be purchased from by the company and expenses for moving paid for. BP had to do this a couple of decades ago in Ohio when an underground storage tank for chemicals overflowed into a residential neighborhood, contaminating their drinking water and water used to bathe, clean house, etc. Their homes and land were bought and they received generous money to relocate. The homes were all leveled and the area is fenced off and will not be able to ever be sold again due to the severity of contamination. This company needs to pay, just like BP did in Ohio.