Camden County's proposal for the spaceport shows the Union Carbide Hazardous Waste Landfill lays within the 2 mile LDZ Blast Zone. And it could be a Black Hole, which relative to Camden's wealth, would rival a black hole in space and suck up every dollar in sight. The long-buried, 58 acre Hazardous Waste Landfill site is just a few hundred feet or so from Todd Creek which flows directly into the Satilla River. It lies directly on top of the Flordian Aquifer that provides all of Coastal Georgia's drinking water. Cleanup of the toxic site could cost tens of millions of dollars but things might get much worse if the Spaceport is built on the site. What do we need to know about this risk?