Over a decade ago, a blue plume of air pollution descended upon the small Ohio River village of Cheshire, Ohio. The acid-mist, which fell from the Gavin power plant located in the village, caused immediate physical harm. After complaints grew, AEP bought the entire village to silence the residents. Today, we look back on the village.
- Eve Morgenstern, Director and Producer, “Cheshire, Ohio: an American Coal Story in Three Acts”
- Doral Chenoweth, Videographer and Web Producer, Columbus Dispatch
- Jennifer Harrison, Former Cheshire Resident
- Dan Gearino, Energy Reporter, Columbus Dispatch
Event: “Cheshire, Ohio: an American Coal Story in Three Acts” will be screened at The Gateway Film Center in Columbus on Thursday October 6th with an audience Q&A moderated by Andy Chow of the Ohio Public Media Statehouse News Bureau.