Representatives from the DEC and DOH will speak on the draft Remedial Investigation Work Plan and Citizen Participation Plan. Please attend to learn more about the proposal to break ground at 250 Water Street.
Children First will meet with the DEC, the state agency overseeing the Brownfield Application for 250 Water Street. We urge the DEC not to consider the application until Howard Hughes Corporation obtains approved plans from New York City to develop on the site.
Mercury expert Dr. Anthony Carpi, Professor of Environmental Toxicology, John Jay College will present at Community Board 1. Dr. Carpi will lead a discussion on mercury and other environmental toxins that are present at 250 Water Street.
Please note the location: Pier 17 - South Street, 4th Floor (Pier 17 appears on Google Maps at 89 South Street while it appears on Apple Maps at 95 South Street)
Howard Hughes Corporation is hosting a Town Hall to present on the development of 250 Water Street. We strongly encourage all parents and community members to attend and represent the interests of the community. No registration is necessary.
We understand that Howard Hughes and Langan Engineering will share a presentation on the environmental investigation and remediation process planned for 250 Water Street, with information about the Brownfield Cleanup Program. A Q&A session for community members is expected to follow.
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