The toxic plume is migrating eastward under the 101 freeway and now is found perilously close to the drinking well on the Silvera Ranch from which dairy cattle and residents derive their water. Supervisor Adams and Assemblymen Mark Levine lobbied AGAINST the speedy cleenup for the benefit of Bridge Housing and Marinwood Village LLC. The Toxic Plume is expected to contain PCB, the same toxin found at Love Canal, NY which was proven to cause cancers and birth defects. There is no known intrusion on the Silvera Ranch at this time but it is urgent that this matter be resolved before traveling further.
Supervisor Susan Adams holds a doctorate in Nursing and cites her healthcare background as a key asset for serving as a County Supervisor. Check back. The full meeting video will be published shortly.
See the story in the Marin IJ HERE