Groundwater Issues Surface / Airborne Radioactivity Lifts as Construction Occurs on Mount Okemo, Ludlow’s Toxic Thrust
Ludlow, VT: Mount Ludlow known as Okemo Mountain has developed into a 3000 unit housing mega-cluster with spikes in visitor population of over 20,000 on prime snow covered weeks overwhelming environmental infrastructure and contributing to two dead rivers flowing off the mountain thrust and the Gore. Okemo, Okemo Valley is a Category 1 Elevated Radioactivity Ground, Stream sediment, and Aero flightline radioactivity downwind fallout zone.
According to the Vermont Agency of Natural resource map, increased radionuclide levels in groundwater from particulate runoff and airborne particulate contaminated river sediment. Ground and surface uranium occurrences, and naturally occurring alpha radiation in drinking water.