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Town Deceived EPA and USACE on MISA PCBs

The MISA Building Committee obtained a Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) PCB Remediation Permit by submitting false narratives to The Environmental Protection Agency and The Army Corps of Engineers.

 

No one is saying so, but it has become increasingly clear the Town of Greenwich (TOG) MISA Building Committee (MISA-BC) fraudulently obtained a PCB Remediation Permit by providing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and The Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) with a false narrative contradicted by TOG records available in the offices of the TOG Wetlands Agency (IWWA) and the TOG Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z).

On Wednesday March 6, 2013 between the hours of 6 p.m.and 9 p.m. at Central Middle School, MISA-BC must explain the terms of The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) MISA-PCB Remediation Permit in a public meeting.

If you are concerned about PCBs in our schoolyards, and the cost of removing them, please join me at the March 6 meeting, which will be preceded by an “Open House” at which individuals can directly address their questions to town, state and federal officials.

Please record your conversations with officials on cell phones and video recorders so people who cannot attend the meeting will know what was said.


Bill Effros

Coordinator

MISA-PCB.org

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