Our second CAG meeting of 2017 will be held in Queens at the Long Island City branch of Queens Library. There will be an update about the draft remedial investigation, the draft baseline ecological risk assessment, as well as updates about fishing advisory signs. Riverkeeper will present about a community visioning project for Newtown Creek, and the NYC Economic Development Corporation will also present about the commercial importance of the city’s channels and waterways. We encourage attendance from the general public and any who are interested in becoming active CAG members.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Queens Library – Long Island City (2nd floor)
37-44 21 Street
Long Island City, NY 11101
Nearest metro stops:
F Train: 21st Street – Queensbridge Station (0.3 miles)
Nearest bus stops:
Q69 at 21st Street & 38th Avenue (0.1 miles)
Q66 at 21st Street & 35th Avenue (0.3 miles)
Q103 at 40th Avenue & 12th Street (0.3 miles)
Q102 at Vernon Blvd & 38th Avenue (0.3 miles)
The meetings are open to the public and provide opportunity to learn about the latest developments with the Superfund investigation and cleanup of Newtown Creek. See you in April!