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Come get up-to-date information at neighborhood meetings:
o Sunday 10/28/12 @ 3 pm, Steve Griffes and Adi Benito, 43 Maple Street;
o Sunday 11/11/12 @ 3pm, Jane Buttars and Daniel Harris, 28 Dodds Lane (with fun-for-all music improvisation!)
Read Steve Hoffman’s letter in Princeton Patch, that calls into question conclusions reached by Avalon’s consultant firm, Maser, that has done the site plans and studies required for site plan approval. Steve is licensed by the NJDEP in Underground Storage Tank (UST) Removal, Installation,Testing, as a Corrosion Specialist and as a Subsurface Evaluator. His letter http://princeton.patch.com/blog_posts/princeton-citizens-for-sustainable-neighborhoods-hospital-site-projectI
Here’s the news on PCSN’s work to ensure that environmental remediation at the hospital site occurs (attached are environmental attorney Kleinbaum’s letters to municipal officials). PLEASE CONTACT US IF YOU KNOW OF ANY SEWER ISSUES. THERE WERE SEWER OVERFLOWS FROM THE HOSPITAL ON HENRY AVENUE 5-10 YEARS AGO. Avalon’s consultant EcolSciences recommended subsurface investigations of the sewers and old septic system.
Several important letters in the press this week, re AvalonBay. HERE THEY ARE: