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U.S. EPA holds public meeting on Valley Wood Superfund site
Release Date: 02/12/2007
Contact Information: Lisa Fasano, 415-947-4307
SAN FRANCISCO – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will hold a public meeting to explain the proposed cleanup plan for contaminated groundwater cleanup at the Valley Wood Preserving Superfund Site located in Turlock, Calif on Tues. Feb. 13 at 7 p.m..
The plan proposes a preferred cleanup plan for addressing residual groundwater contamination at the site. This proposal is for the final stage of cleanup at the site. Previous cleanup actions have addressed contaminated soil and groundwater.
The public is encouraged to review and comment the proposed plan during the 30 day public review period. The plan can be reviewed at the Stanislaus County Library, Turlock Branch at 550 Minaret Avenue.
WHO: Dana Barton, Remedial Project Manager U.S. EPA
WHAT: Valley Wood Preserving Superfund Site public meeting
WHEN: Tuesday, February 13 7 p.m.
WHERE: VFW Building, 1045 East Linwood Avenue, Turlock Calif.
- WHY: To explain and answer questions from the public about the proposed cleanup plan for contaminated groundwater at the Valley Wood Superfund Site.
Media Availability: U.S. EPA officials will be available at 6:30 p.m. at the meeting site to answer questions or conduct interviews in advance of the meeting.
The public comment period opened Feb. 7. Written comments must be postmarked or emailed to the EPA no later than March 8. Comments on the plan can be sent to: Dana, Barton, Remedial Project Manager U.S. EPA 75 Hawthorne Street, SFD-7-3 San Francisco, CA 94105 (415) 972- 3087 Barton.email@example.com.