October 15, 2008 - Residents affected by the trichloroethylene contamination on Church Road need to educate themselves and demand the Environmental Protection Agency give their case a higher priority, according to the director of an organization that advocates public participation in environmental contamination cases.
Lenny Siegel, executive director of the Center for Public Environmental Oversight in California, spoke to residents Tuesday about the need to get the Church Road site listed on the National Priorities List, as well as keeping up-to-date about TCE contaminations and what the EPA is doing to clean up the site.
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