The Environmental Protection Agency’s final “Record of Decision” regarding the clean-up of the Duwamish River is here! Due to the advocacy work of Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition/Technical Advisory Ggroup and input from the communities, the final plan includes a 25% increase in permanent toxic waste removal over the proposed plan. Now is your opportunity to learn about this important decision, get your questions answered and learn about what is coming next!
There are three upcoming opportunities for you to choose from:
Thursday, January 15, 6:00 pm at South Park Neighborhood Association, 8201 10th Avenue S
DRCC/TAG will be hosting a meeting featuring Dr. Peter deFur. At the meeting, Dr. deFur will discuss the ROD and be available for your questions. Light dinner will be available! Learn more.
Wednesday, January 21, 5:30 pm at Concord Elementary School, 723 S Concord Street
EPA is hosting a multi-lingual open house focused on the Record of Decision. Community members from South Park will be share information on the Record of Decision in English, Spanish, Somali and Vietnamese. EPA, Department of Ecology, and DRCC/TAG will be on hand to answer your questions. Light dinner and childcare will be available! Learn more.
Wednesday, January 28, 6:00 pm at South Seattle College – Georgetown, 6737 Corson Avenue S
EPA will present the Record of Decision with simultaneous interpretation available in Spanish and Vietnamese. After the presentation, EPA representatives and DRCC/TAG will be available to answer questions. Light dinner will be available! Learn more.
You can learn more or have questions and comments noted or answered by contacting the DRCC/TAG at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 206-954-0218.