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I & J Waterway Site

Publication number Date Published
04-09-113October 2004
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Author(s) Mike Hogan
Description The Washington Department of Ecology (Ecology) and the Port of Bellingham (Port) have negotiated a draft legal agreement (called an agreed order) to perform an environmental study (called a remedial investigation/feasibility study) at the I&J Waterway site in Bellingham, Washington. The agreed order outlines the work to be performed and ensures the site investigation and cleanup activities are conducted in a timely fashion in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. In addition to negotiating a draft agreed order with the Port, Ecology has developed a draft public participation plan outlining opportunities throughout the process for the public to provide input. The draft agreed order and draft public participation plan are currently available for public comment. Your comments on these proposed documents are welcome through November 26, 2004.
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Keywords Public Comment, Agreed Order, waterway, order, sediment