The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation will hold a “Public Availability Session” on Thursday, April 20, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., in order to provide an update on the status of investigation and cleanup work at Gowanus Canal-area brownfield and State Superfund sites. The meeting will be held at P.S. 372, The Children’s School, at 215 1st Street in Gowanus, and is open to the public.
From NYSDEC’s notice:
“The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Department of Health (DOH) invite you to a community availability session to provide an update of New York State’s work within the Gowanus Canal neighborhood of Brooklyn. A presentation will be provided followed by individual stations for questions and discussion. The meeting will provide a review of New York State’s remedial programs, provide an overview of work completed to date, and information about the ongoing investigation and remediation in the Gowanus Area.
“DEC will provide interpreter services for hearing impaired persons and language interpreter services for individuals with difficulty understanding or reading English at no charge upon written request submitted no later than two weeks prior to meeting date.”
You can find the full meeting notice here.