2) Dr. Jay H. Lehr, the nation's first PhD in hydrology (yeah, we're both UA grads), former executive director of the National Ground Water Association and now HI's Science Director, opines about EPA. Listen to it here. No comment.
Wonder if Jay's efforts will be featured in the UA HWR news? Yeah, right - and the icecaps are melting, too!
Can't wait for his policy paper on the EPA!
Smart guy, but c'mon, man!
Note added on 8 May 2012: Since Lehr is advocating the elimination of the EPA, in the interests of full disclosure, it should be noted that in 1991, Lehr, after resigning as executive director of the National Water Well Association (now the National Ground Water Association), pleaded guilty to authorizing overcharges of $101,000 (by falsifying employee timesheets) to an EPA contract while he served as NWWA's ED. He and former Finance Director Keith Lelux were fined and sentenced to six months in prison, which they both served.
This information was taken from: Swanson, Kenneth R., 1999. National Ground Water Association: The First Fifty Years, 1948-1998, p. 157.
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