GOLD BEACH, Ore.– An environmental health group will be looking at documents regarding herbicide use in the Gold Beach area. Last October, A private timber company used a helicopter to spray chemicals. Locals there said the spray landed on people in the Cedar Valley area. Two dozen residents reported serious health symptoms shortly afterward. The health advocacy organization, Beyond Toxics, submitted a request on January 27th for herbicide use records, but the Department of Agriculture denied access. The Oregon Attorney General ruled that medical professionals and the public should be granted access to the documents, Thursday. Federal agencies are also involved in the investigation.