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March Point Public Participation Plan

Publication number Date Published
20-09-064March 2020
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Author(s) Arianne Fernandez
Description The Washington State Department of Ecology developed this public participation plan in cooperation with Shell Oil Company, Department of Natural Resources, Skagit County, and Texaco, Inc. These parties are responsible for cleanup costs, and have been identified as the potentially liable parties. The purpose of the plan is to promote meaningful community involvement during cleanup.The public participation plan describes ways Ecology will inform the public about contamination investigations and cleanup options throughout the cleanup process. Ecology encourages the public to learn about and get involved in decision-making opportunities. This plan identifies how and when the public can get involved during different stages of the investigation and cleanup of contamination.
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Keywords Fidalgo Bay, Padilla Bay, toxic, Puget Sound Initiative, MTCA