Member of the community are invited to submit comments online at the GPS Web Siteduring a 30-day period ending Oct. 5, 2013.
The plan will be presented to the community at Greenwich High Schoolon Sept. 18 from 6:00pm - 9:00p.m and experts will take questions from the community.
Town officials said the plan needs approval of regulators, primarily the EPA, and involves GHS campus being closed next summer. "Summer school will be relocated, probably to one or more of the middle schools, and Parks and Rec summer camps need to move," said Schools Supt. McKersie at a hastily called press briefing on Friday morning.
Also, the plan calls forsoil containing PCBs greater than 50 mg/kg to be transported to Wayne, Michigan for disposal and soil containing PCBs less than 50/mg/kg to be transported to Seneca Meadows, Inc. landfill in Seneca Falls, NY.
The briefing was hosted by a panel that included Commissioner of Public Works, Amy Siebert; AECOM Senior Program Manager, Mike Doherty; Board of Education Chairman, Leslie Moriarty and Schools Superintendent, Bill McKersie.
More details from the briefing will appear monday on Greenwich Patch.