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Public Comments Wanted: Dept. of Ecology, Dept. of Energy, and more
Comments do not need to be technical in nature, just voice your concerns.
This is a message from the Washington Department of Ecology
Please take our Annual Public Involvement Evaluation Survey. Your Input Can Help Influence Public Involvement at Hanford!
The Washington State Department of Ecology would like your input to help the Tri-Party Agreement (TPA) agencies (U.S. Department of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, and Ecology) identify ways to make public involvement at Hanford more public.
- Did you like a particular meeting or workshop? Tell us about it!
- Have ideas on how we can improve informational materials on Hanford cleanup plans? We want to hear them!
- Don’t want to miss out on upcoming events? We want to know the best way to reach you!
Please take a few minutes to complete the survey (we promise it’s short)! You can take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/NBSZ6PG (please copy and paste into browser if needed). Feel free to share this link with anyone who may be interested.
Questions? Contact us at Hanford@ecy.wa.gov
Wanted: Citizen Advisor Group on WA State Hydraulic Code
WDFW is looking for nominees for a citizen advisory group regarding implementation of the state’s Hydraulic Code, primarily designed to protect fish in Washington waters. As fish conservation relates to the health of birds, other wildlife, and human communities, you may consider serving on this WDFW advisory group. The Hydraulic Code is a readily used (and sometimes abused) law in Washington state. In particular, they are looking for candidates in eastern Washington with environmental interests. Contact Jen Syrowitz (firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-652-2444 ext 108) for more info.
Wanted: Witnesses in a Clean Water Act case
Columbia Riverkeeper is looking for people to be witnesses in a Clean Water Act case to stop pollution. Witnesses must be people who (1) are concerned about toxic pollution and aquatic life in the Columbia River, and (2) fish, boat, swim, hike, or do other things in or near the Columbia River between the Tri-Cities and Umatilla (or nearby). If this is you, I'd really like to talk with you about being a witness.