Singing Block of Foreclosure Sale of Home in Gainesville Koppers Superfund March 8th 2012

8 Mar

A singing block protest was started on behalf of Bea Horton, grandmother of five and one of countless victims of Cabot-Koppers Superfund Site contamination, distressed, suffering from cancer, and wearing a heart monitor,  became homeless on March 8, 2012. Her house located at 3507 NW 4th Street in Gainesville, Florida. At  11:00a.m. auction in the hallway lobby on the 1st floor of the Alachua County Family/Civil Justice Center at 201 East University Avenue in Gainesville, Ms. Horton is now another member of the growing ranks of Koppers/Beazer East Superfund Refugees and homeless. The same bank that foreclosed on Be Horton bought the property back for 130K.

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