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Nov. 19, 5:00 PM, Public Hearing on MVP Southgate’s 401 Water Quality Certification, Rockingham Comm. College Advanced Technologies Auditorium 560 County Home Road, Reidsville

Nov. 20, 10-2PM, NC Environmental Justice and Equity Board meeting, agenda TBA, Walnut Creek Wetland Center, Raleigh

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DEQ Public Meetings on Final Closure of 6 Major NC Coal Ash Sites

As DEQ announced the ranking of 6 large coal ash sites in NC as “low risk” on Nov. 14th, they also announced public “meetings” to give the public a chance to give input on closure plans for these sites. We know that Duke wants to close these sites by “Capping in Place” to save in cleanup costs, but that will only leave the ash looming over communities and leaching toxic contaminants into groundwater, dropping the leash on many major federal coal ash violations.  Clean Water for NC, along with the ACT Against Coal Ash Alliance, calls for complete excavation of ash at these sites and removal to lined, above ground sites on Duke Energy property!

Come out to one or more of these public information meetings to demand that DEQ holds Duke accountable for the toxic coal ash waste in our communities!  DEQ information here.

The meetings will be held at 6:00 p.m. on the following dates:

Jan. 10 Belew’s Creek Steem Station meeting: Walnut Cove Elem. School
Address: 1211 Walnut Cove School Road, Walnut Cove

Jan. 15 Mayo Power Station meeting: Mayo Park Environmental Education Comm. Center
Address: 1013 Neal’s Store Rd, Roxboro

Jan. 17 Marshall Steam Station meeting: Sherrills Ford Elementary School
Address: 8103 Sherrills Ford Rd, Sherrills Ford

Jan. 22 Cliffside Steam Station meeting: Chase High School
Address: 1603 Chase High Rd, Forest City

Jan. 24 Roxboro Power Station meetingPerson High School
 Address: 1010 Ridge Rd, Roxboro

Jan. 29 mtg on Allen Steam StationStuart Cramer High School
Address: 101 Lakewood Road, Belmont

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