Dearest Readers, In my last column, I received a plea from James "Captain Planet" Fitzpatrick of Florida, a firefighter looking to relocate to a small, friendly, environmentally conscious mountain community with good schools, reasonably clean air and water, and no polluting companies or toxic waste sites. As this was obviously a job for discerning Grist readers, I turned the question over to the multitudes, and letters have been pouring in like Californians fleeing an earthquake. In today's column, I am pleased to convey the results of this informal Grist survey. As with most polls, these results represent the views of …
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Umbra Fisk is Grist Research Associate II, Hardcover and Periodicals Unit, floors 2B-4B.
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