April 27 Community Meeting - PCE Contamination at Irving St and 26th & 27th Avenues
Updated: Apr 27, 2022
Recent tests have confirmed dangerous levels of PCE toxins on Irving St at 26th/27th Avenues spreading in the soil and into nearby homes.
THE AREA WAS FOUND SO TOXIC, IT IS NOW LISTED ON THE CORTESE TOXIC SITES LIST AND THE CA DEPARTMENT OF TOXIC SUBSTANCES CONTROL (DTSC) HAS ISSUED AN IMMINENT AND SUBSTANTIAL ENDANGERMENT ORDER FOR PART OF IT.
JOIN MSNA AT A COMMUNITY MEETING to learn from experts about the risks to you and our neighborhood.
We have assembled a panel of distinguished speakers who are very knowledgeable on the subject and who will discuss potential solutions to remediate this situation:
Gordon Mar, Supervisor for District 4.
Lenny Siegel, Director of Center for Public Environmental Oversight and former mayor of Mountain View
Don Moore, PG, ARM, geologist who specializes in remediation of toxic sites and resident of D4
Paul Holzman, neighbor, who will tell us how the neighborhood learned about the extent of the problem
Sam Goldman MD., PH.D, specialist in environmental/human health risks of PCE, the toxic substance found at the site
We will have time for a robust Q&A session and we hope you will come prepared with questions for our speakers
Where: St Anne Church Auditorium When: Wednesday, April 27, 7 - 9pm
Doors: 6:30pm, Entrance: Funston Ave between Irving and Judah
Free Parking available, lot entry on Funston Ave (mid block)
Free admission, Raffle prizes, refreshments
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