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Pacific Southwest, Region 9: Superfund

Serving Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, the Pacific Islands, and Tribal Nations

Altoona Mine

Superfund Site

Removal #1

Administrative Record Index

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About the Administrative Record

This administrative record file contains the documents that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently using to identify removal activities appropriate to the Altoona Mine Superfund Site in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, Trinity County, California. It is presented in compact disc (CD) format.

Please address questions on this administrative record to:

Michelle Rogow
On-Scene Coordinator
U.S. EPA (SFD-9-2)
75 Hawthorne Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-3972
(415) 972-3082
or:Jeannie Wong
Environmental Protection Assistant
U.S. EPA (SFD-9-2)
75 Hawthorne Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-3972
(415) 972-3079 or (800) 231-3075


List of Abbreviations and Acronyms Used in Administrative Record Index

ABBREVIATIONMEANING
& And
attchs Attachments
enclsEnclosures
frFrom
ltrLetter
memoMemorandum
reRegarding
rptReport
TLTransmittal Letter
w/ With
w/o Without

Administrative Record Index

Doc_dateAuthorAddresseeTitle_subjectDocid
2/6/2002John Wondolleck / C D M Federal Programs CorpRhonda Bowers / US Forest ServiceLtr: Results of metals analyses for preliminary assessment/site inspection, w/encls1110479
7/10/2002Dennis Geiser / US Forest ServiceJohn Hillenbrand / Environmental Protection Agency - Region 9Ltr: Transmits sampling data re mercury contamination & recommends conference call with USGS (United States Geological Survey) once you receive this data, w/attchs1110480
1/31/2003C D M Federal Programs CorpUS Forest ServiceFinal preliminary assessment/site inspection rpt, w/appendices A - C1110481
10/1/2005US Forest Service
US Dept of the Interior
US Geological Survey
-Mercury concentrations in fishes from select water bodies in Trinity County, California, 2000-20021110482
10/1/2005Robert Brodberg / CA Environmental Protection Agency - Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
Susan Klasing / CA Environmental Protection Agency - Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
Margy Gassel / CA Environmental Protection Agency - Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
-Health advisory - safe eating guidelines for fish from Trinity Lake, Lewiston Lake, Carrville Pond, Trinity River upstream from Trinity Lake & East Fork Trinity River (Trinity County), w/Appendices 1-61110483
5/1/2006Ecology & Environment, IncHedy Salter / Environmental Protection Agency - Region 9Removal assessment rpt, w/attchs1110484
6/18/2007Environmental Protection Agency - Superfund Technical Assessment & Response Team-Repository assessment rpt, w/attchs & TL to M Rogow fr M Schwennesen1110485
5/14/2008Michelle Rogow / Environmental Protection Agency - Region 9Wayne Nastri / Environmental Protection Agency - Region 9Action Memo: Request for time-critical removal action, including $2 million exemption, w/attch 1 - index to AR, App 1 - site maps, App 2 - validated soil sampling results, & App 3 - site photos, w/o confidential enforcement addendum2157285
5/14/2008Michelle Rogow / Environmental Protection Agency - Region 9Wayne Nastri / Environmental Protection Agency - Region 9(Privileged, FOIA ex 7) Action Memo: Request for time-critical removal action, including $2 million exemption (confidential enforcement addendum only) (Privileged document target only)2158111
7/2/2008Jeannie Wong / Environmental Protection Agency - Region 9-Public Notice: US EPA announces availability of administrative record for removal action at site2158101

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