We were excited to learn that North American Dismantling had set a date of September 15th for the historic Berlin pulp stacks to come down. And, while NAD is apparently hosting a luncheon for the city council, we think that's a totally underwhelming way to celebrate Berlin's Extreme Makeover Moment. You don't see the lucky contestant sitting down to lunch with the producers do you? The stacks dominating the skyline have for a century branded Berlin as a mill town, with all the pollution and smells that go with it. As the mill has been dismantled the new, beautiful Berlin has emerged with eyepopping views of the Presidential range, clean air and a river that sparkles. This doesn't warrant just a little lunch, this needs a full fledged coming out party. We're thrilled to hear that AVER might take a role in facilitating the public discussion about the proposed Laidlaw biomass plant. Why not use this historic day to get that conversation going?