The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center Begins Fishing Camp Owner Initiative In The BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill Disaster

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The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is saying, "outside of Louisiana most US citizens have never heard of a fishing camp---except for people who live in Louisiana. When it comes to the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Louisiana fishing camp owners may in fact be among the most impacted parties. A fishing camp is a recreational property in Louisiana." The group is saying, "when-not if-the oil, sludge, whatever you want to call it gets into the Louisiana bayous-with these fishing camps--- these innocent owners could lose a huge portion of the properties value-----basically its no bayous, and the fishing camp is no longer much of a recreational property." The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center was created to be the ultimate resource & advocacy group for individuals, or businesses impacted by the BP-Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster & they want to hear from effected parties. For more information, impacted individuals can call the Gulf Oil Spill Disaster any time at 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com/

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aside from the impacted property owners in Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama, we are trying to figure out how to help these--now up the creek fisheries workers. What a mess?

The Gulf Oil Spill Help was created to be the leading resource and advocate in the US for individuals impacted by the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster. The group is now saying,"we are launching a fishing camp initiative for Louisiana property owners-whose property values could impacted by the oil spill in the bayou's. Our big fear is-the oil gets into Louisiana bayou's & it kills everything it comes into contact with-rendering the fishing camp/recreational property worthless-or greatly devalued." The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is saying, "unlike the Alaskan coastline near Valdez-the Gulf of New Mexico-its shore lines & these bayou's are very, very fragile-----in some cases the bayou's are like sponges-----it could take decades to clean this mess up----in the mean time what do these property owners do?" Property owners impacted by the tragic Gulf of Mexico oil spill should contact the Gulf Oil Spill Help Center if they have been impacted by this tragic environmental disaster by calling 866-714-6466, or contact the group via its web site at Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com

Important Note: The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center has learned many of the fisheries workers impacted by the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill worked for cash-no taxes paid. Apparently the oil companies are offering to pay fisheries workers-based on tax returns. The Group is saying, "aside from the impacted property owners in Louisiana, Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama, we are trying to figure out how to help these--now up the creek fisheries workers. What a mess?"

In additional developments, according to the Associated Press," The Obama administration asked the oil company's to be more open with the public by sharing such information as measurements of the leak, and the trajectory of the spill. BP has been accused of covering up the magnitude of the disaster." The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center is blasting the Obama Administration for its lack luster response to this Titanic environmental mess. The group says,"why have an EPA-why are the oil companies still running the show? Recently the Environmental Protection Agency directed BP to employ a less toxic form of the chemical dispersants it has been using to break up the oil and keep it from reaching the surface. Huh?" The Gulf Oil Spill Help Center says,"at what point does the US Federal Government take over-this mess. Why allow the oil companies to run the show?" Http://GulfOilSpillHelpCenter.Com

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