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3/6/23  7:42 am
Commenter: David Pleickhardt, George Mason University Student

I Don't Want To Breathe Toxic Diesel Pollutants- George Mason Student Opposed To DEQ Variances

My community, Amberleigh Station in Bristow,  is now located in the "Data Center Overlay" of Prince William County. According to the owner, Chuck Kuhn, he wants to build 11 data centers 100' from our homes. It appears that we would have upwards of 300 diesel generators pumping toxic emissions into the air surrounding our community. This pollution directly impacts children and the elderly. I live and commute from this neighborhood and do not want to be exposed to carcinogens. DO NOT GRANT VARIANCES DUE TO POOR PLANNING AND FINANCIAL GAIN OF BIG BUSINESS AND BIG TECH.



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