How did the Samoa Pulp Mill change ownership from Evergreen Pulp to Freshwater Tissue Co without the debts of Evergreen being paid? This includes $900,000 owed the Water Board, the severance pay owed the mill workers and perhaps other debts. It seems whenever the mill is in trouble, it changes ownership behind closed doors. Why doesn't the fine follow the property? Why wasn't the debt to the workers included as part of the deal with Freshwater? What happened to Evergreen anyway? Why can't the workers put a lien on the property before it changes hands again? Just asking... Maybe someone else knows.