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Public meeting set to gather comments on Ann Arbor river cleanup
April 6, 2012 12-0406
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Brad Wurfel, 517-373-7917, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ray Spaulding, 517-780-7832, email@example.com
James Sallee, 517-780-7910, firstname.lastname@example.org
The DEQ today announced an April 10 public meeting and hearing on a proposal to clean sediment and riverbanks on the Huron River at the former MichCon Manufactured Gas Plant site in Ann Arbor.
MichCon property owners are proposing to remove sediment, near shore soil, and some contaminated upland soil from the Huron River and its south bank at the MichCon plant site near Broadway Street. This plan requires a construction permit from DEQ.
The public meeting and hearing will be held at Cobblestone Farm, located at 2781 Packard Road in Ann Arbor. Doors will open in the big barn on the second floor at 6 p.m. for informal discussion with DEQ staff, followed by a public meeting at 7 p.m., and a formal hearing to gather public comment around 8 p.m.
As part of the permit review process, the DEQ also is accepting written public comment on the plan through April 30, 2012.
A copy of the plan can be viewed at: ftp://ftp.deq.state.mi.us/deq-outgoing
Insert the user I.D.: deq-public-ftp, and the password "Jumbl355#."
A copy of the construction permit application may be viewed at this web site: www.deq.state.mi.us/CIWPIS/ (enter file # 11810066, select Search, then click on the folder icon for specific information).
In addition, copies of both the plan and permit application can be viewed at the downtown Ann Arbor District Library, 343 South Fifth Avenue, and at the DEQ Jackson District Office, 301 E. Louis Glick Highway in Jackson (517-780-7690).
Written public comment should be submitted no later than April 30 to the DEQ Jackson District Office address listed above (Attention Ray Spaulding, DEQ Remediation Division and James Sallee, DEQ Water Resources Division).
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