2000 News Releases
RAYMARK SUPERFUND SITE- ADVISORY COMMITTEE TO MEET NEXT WEEK: Seeks Citizen Input
Release Date: 11/17/2000
Contact Information: Jim Murphy, EPA Community Involvement Coordinator, (617) 918-1028 Alice Kaufman, EPA Community Affairs Office, (617) 918-1064
Boston - The Raymark Advisory Committee will meet at 6:30 p.m., on Tuesday, November 21 at the Stratford Army Engine Plant, 550 Main Street in Stratford, Connecticut. The committee is seeking dialogue on community interests and concerns. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will discuss upcoming field activities for the ongoing groundwater investigation which may include additional indoor air testing in homes and businesses in early 2001.
The Stratford Town Council established the Raymark Advisory Committee to provide a forum for on-going dialogue and cooperation among members of the Stratford Community, town officials, the EPA, the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, and other concerned parties about issues related to the Raymark Superfund Site cleanup.
The Raymark Advisory Committee meets monthly. Future meetings are tentatively scheduled for December 19 and January 16.
For more information, contact Jim Murphy, EPA Community Involvement Coordinator at