Closing Bell: Spotlight on Superfund Sites


    Tomorrow night the Museum of the City of New York is having a panel discussion called “NYC Superfund: Toxic Solution or Toxic Label?” that will look into how the Gowanus and Newtown Creek superfund designations will affect their respective communities. The event, which costs $12, is discounted to $6 if you mention “Brownstoner.” Participants: “Roderick M. Hills, Jr., William T. Comfort III Professor of Law at New York University moderates a panel discussion including Alan Bell, principal and co-founder of Hudson Companies; Walter Mugdan, Superfund Division Director at the EPA; Kathleen Schmid, Director of the Newtown Creek Alliance; and Carter H. Strickland, Jr., Deputy Commissioner for Sustainability, New York City Department of Environmental Protection will discuss the perils and possibilities of cleaning up New York City’s environmental problems.”
    NYC Superfund: Toxic Solution or Toxic Label? [MCNY]

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