UA-8412995-1 The Southport Globe: CT DEEP presents Exide's plans, meeting leaves residents feeling unheard about Mill River clean-up

Thursday, January 17, 2013

CT DEEP presents Exide's plans, meeting leaves residents feeling unheard about Mill River clean-up

Thirty years after Fairfield’s Exide plant at 2190 Post Road ceased operations, plans for taking lead out of the Mill River which flows adjacent to he property, were more or less revealed to the public at a meeting at Fairfield Ludlowe High School. Exact plans will depend on what contractor is chosen and that will happen only after all permits have been issued. That will not happen until 30 days after the public comment period, which in turn, will not happen until 30 days after the Jan. 10 meeting.
To send comments or questions to various officials who were there address Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) project manager, Carolyn Fusaro, whose email is Carolyn.Fusaro@ct.gov
“We only have this room for two hours,” said DEEP Supervising Environmental Analyst, Traci Iott. Officials spent the first hour and a quarter on presentations, leaving time for about six questioners. READ MORE:
http://minutemannewscenter.com/articles/2013/01/16/fairfield/news/doc50f6d8db0f70d487428144.txt

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