Saturday, April 2, 2016
Cancer Risk at Marinwood Village and Casa Marinwood
These two testimonies may have been the most important 4 minutes in the EIR meeting. Elizabeth speaks with a heavy accent making it difficult to understand her but she is profoundly outraged. I suspect our new neighbors will be immigrants too.
Will we hear them when they speak out for their safety?
Housing low income people on a location with known health risks is racist. It is not compassion.
A cleanup order was issued by the RWQCB (regional water quality control board) on February 12, 2014 to Marinwood Plaza LLC to complete the cleanup of the site on both sides of the highway. Supervisor Susan Adams and Assemblymen Marc Levine called the RWQCB to ask for a DELAY of cleanup so that Bridge housing may find financing despite the increased risk of the public health and water supply.