Public Availability Session, December 3, 2020

Public Availability Session, December 3, 2020
Posted on 11/18/2020
Public Availability Session, December 3, 2020Virtual Public Availability Session on the Sperry Remington Environmental Cleanup Sites including Elmira High School

6:00 – 8:00 PM
Live via Zoom

DEC INVITES THE INTERESTED PUBLIC TO VISIT DEC’S PROJECT WEBSITE FOR REGISTRATION INFORMATION and additional updates about the ongoing investigation and cleanups at Elmira High School (EHS), Southern Tier Commerce Center (STCC), and along Coldbrook Creek.

The public is invited to engage with project experts via Zoom between 6:00 and 8:00 PM and get answers to questions or more detailed information. To limit the spread of COVID-19, in-person meetings are not being held at this time.

Download the Flyer | December 3, 2020 Virtual Session

New York State is overseeing a thorough cleanup of contamination found below-ground on portions of the Elmira High School property and remains committed to ensuring the students, faculty, and community are kept informed of these actions. The Zoom event will be similar to in-person Availability Sessions hosted by New York State. There will not be a formal presentation. Instead, project experts involved in the cleanups will be available to respond directly to questions and comments from the attending public. Representatives from DEC, DOH, Unisys Corporation, and EHS will be available to provide detailed information on the extensive work completed this summer, the ongoing work on the football field, and plans for future investigation and cleanup activities. We look forward to addressing your questions and concerns.

The latest Community Newsletter about the Former Sperry Remington Sites is available on DEC’s Project website or the Elmira City School District website for additional information.

IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND, or your interest is of a private / health concern, DEC encourages you to contact the project team via phone, email or online form through the new Project Hotline on the DEC’s Project website