Citizens for a Quality Environment
Working toward a balance between a healthy environment and responsible development.

Our Mission:

Citizens for a Quality Environment is an organization consisting of individuals working together toward preserving, reclaiming, and protecting a quality environment in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency's Mission "to protect human health and the environment."

Citizens for a Quality Environment come together to share concerns, target issues important to our group and our communities, gather information, and work toward issue resolutions. 

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Environmental Cleanup Wins Letterkenny Army Depot National Recognition
Washington, D.C. (January 22, 2003)

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Citizens for a Quality Environment was founded in Franklin County, Pennsylvania as a grass-roots group of individuals working together to identify, monitor, and address activities which negatively impact our common environment.

Citizens for a Quality Environment is registered as a non-profit unincorporated association with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and has been granted IRS 501(c)(4) status by the Internal Revenue Service.  

Geographic area of focused concern:
 
Based in Franklin County, Pennsylvania

Geographic area of general concern:
 South Central Pennsylvania

Geographic area of interest:
 Tri-state area (Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia)

C4aQE Director DeEtta Antoun's Bio (Click)

 

 

Left - Eleanor Clift, (Click to read about Eleanor)
Middle - DeEtta Antoun, C4aQE Director
Right - Tony Blankley, (Click to read about Tony)

Both Tony and Eleanor are regular panelists on The McLaughlin Group

 

C4aQE Board of Directors (Click)

Our Attorneys:

Frederic G. Antoun, Jr. (see antounlaw.com)
  Fred has appeared before the Pennsylvania County, Superior, and Supreme Courts; the U.S. Court of Federal Claims; and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.  He is also admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States.  He has successfully pursued bid protests to the U.S. Government Accountability Office and appeals to Federal agency Boards of Contract Appeals.  His clients include developers; citizens groups; small, medium, and large manufacturers; and have included numerous municipalities. 

William J. Cluck (see billcluck.com) is our Environmental Attorney.  Mr. Cluck will be handling environmental permitting issues relating to Penn-Mar Ethanol's applications to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) for Air Quality and Water Discharge permits.

Citizens for a Quality Environment provides a medium through which members can raise awareness of activities which are impacting or may impact our quality of life by changing our environment. 

Citizens for a Quality Environment members can communicate their concerns by submitting information about environment altering activities to our website for dissemination.

We provide periodic email Updates on environmental issues of concern to our local communities and regional actions which may impact our future.  

Citizens for a Quality Environment will communicate regularly with government representative who are in positions to help maintain and improve our environmental quality of life.


We believe a clean, healthy environment does start in your own backyard!  Our backyards join one to the other to form a bond which covers the globe and links us all, across boundaries which are blurred by the movement of wind, water, and the earth itself.  DAA

 

The materials on this website are provided for information only, and are not intended to give technical or legal advice. 

Postings by members or others are the opinions of those members or others and are not verified or approved by the Citizens for a Quality Environment, and Citizens for a Quality Environment is not responsible for the content thereof.  

Citizens for a Quality Environment is registered as a non-profit unincorporated association with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and has been granted IRS 501(c)(4) status by the Internal Revenue Service.  

 

  

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Recommended Reading:
The Autoimmune
Epidemic
by
Donna Jackson Nakazawa
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Economics
of ethanol production

and use

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Environmental Quotes
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About
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Greene Township Meeting Minutes and Agendas
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Greene Township Meetings at

 
1145 Garver Lane, Scotland, PA
717-263-4990
717-263-9160
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LIDA Board Meeting 
Sept. 7, 2008
Cumberland Valley Business Park
 Chambersburg, PA

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Contact information
for Greene & Letterkenny Townships


Disclaimer

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"Our backyards join one to the other to form a bond which covers the globe and links us all, crossing boundaries which are blurred by the movement of wind, water, and the earth itself." 
2004-5-6-7-8 DeEtta Antoun

The materials on this website are provided for information only, and are not intended to give technical or legal advice. 

Postings by members or others are the opinions of those members or others and are not verified or approved by the Citizens for a Quality Environment, and Citizens for a Quality Environment is not responsible for the content thereof.  

Citizens for a Quality Environment is registered as a non-profit unincorporated association with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and has been granted IRS 501(c)(4) status by the Internal Revenue Service.  
 
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