Next Scheduled Meeting of this Committee: Date: TBD Location: TBD Agenda: Discuss strategies for independent committee operations, debrief Superfund Symposium, plan for future outreach session, follow up on engaging public housing representatives Summary from October 24th 2014 Meeting: Agenda of October 24th 2014 Meeting: 8:35 – 9:00 AM: Debrief of Superfund Meeting sponsored by… Read more »
Posts By: Josh Skaller
April 2013 Administrative Committee’s comment to the EPA on the Proposed Plan The Gowanus Canal Community Advisory Group, comprised of fifty plus (50+) members representing over thirty organizations and 20 non organizational members, wishes to thank our EPA Region 2 Team for their transparency, dedication and true to their word timeliness during these first phases… Read more »
Next Scheduled Meeting of this Committee: Date: TBD Location: TBD Agenda: Discuss feedback from the CAG meeting; discuss outreach strategies for non-active members, information distribution processes, and potential outreach event ideas; make updates to the website Summary from June 27th 2014 Meeting: Agenda of June 27th 2014 Meeting: 8:30 – 9:00 AM: Debrief of… Read more »
The Gowanus Canal Community Advisory Group, at its meeting of June 24, 2014, passed the following resolution: The Gowanus CAG, established by the EPA, which represents a cross section of residents, businesses and civic organizations in and around the Gowanus Canal corridor, demand that New York City as one of the Responsible Parties, as defined… Read more »
Click on the image to read the full text of New York City’s letter to the EPA On June 23, 2014, the City of New York responded to the EPA in regard to the Unilateral Administrative Order for Remedial Design issued by the EPA to the City on May 28, 2014.
Click on the image to read the full text of the EPA’s letter to New York City On May 27, 2014, the EPA sent a letter to New York City warning that it may be compelled to order the City to perform certain Remedial Design actions if negotiations do not move forward to the EPA’s… Read more »