Surprisingly public participation was mentioned four times" ("Request and implement public participation plan;" "Encourage public involvement in remediation issues at critical points." "Complete initial public participation documents." "Comply with public participation and other needs of the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)" This is especially interesting because of the lack of community participation in the cleanup and demolition. Most people in Eureka, Samoa and surrounding areas do not even know it is going on. A copy of this letter can be found on Geotracker.
There is still no information on the report on toxins in the cement in the buildings being demolished that was due to be submitted to the Water Board by May 1, 2011.