By Liz Wood 

Plenty of questions for DKRW

 

Liz Wood

"Usually, I am not a trouble maker," Jason Lillegraven said after DKRW's Wyoming attorney, Mary Throne, agreed to let Lillegraven speak at the DKRW Industrial Siting Council public meeting. "And I don't want to be a trouble maker - I wish to help you," Lillegraven said.

Kassie Oliver, of Hanna, is 22 years old and she has spent half of her life hearing about DKRW. When Jason Lillegraven got up to speak, Mary Throne, a Wyoming attorney for DKRW, tried to take the microphone away from Lillegraven because he was not asking questions about the progress report that had been presented, Oliver spoke up.

"(Lillegraven) has a right to talk as well," Oliver said. "And I am very interested in what he has to say."

Throne said, "If you want to listen to him, I will let him finish, but I just want to point out that we started out, explicitly, at the beginning of the me...



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