Protect Gainesville Citizens Meeting
GAINESVILLE - Before a federal judge decides to issue a consent decree to get the superfund site cleaned up, residents have one more chance to confront the Environmental Protection Agency.
People who live near the Cabot-Koppers superfund site and organizers with Protect Gainesville Citizens met to determine which questions should be asked when the EPA officials come on Wednesday.
The goal of tonight's meeting was to help people properly form their questions.
"I hope that we have a very good turnout that this community continues to show that it is engaged in this process that they care," Kim Pope Joy President of Protect Gainesville Citizens said.
About 20 people showed up and come up with 31 questions.
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- Community Response to the EPA's Cabot-Koppers Clean Up Plan
- Cabot Koppers Superfund Site "Open House"
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- City and County Meet to Discuss Future of Koppers Superfund Site
- Health Department Notifies Cabot- Kopper Site Neighbors About Health Risks
- Neighbors Helping Neighbors Near The Koppers Superfund Site
- EPA Says No Health Risks in Homes Near Koppers Superfund Site as Residents Allege a Cover-Up