A public hearing on Rosemont's proposed air quality permit with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is tonight, Tuesday, Oct. 9, 6 p.m. at Sycamore Elementary School in it's multi purpose building, 16701 S. Houghton Road,
From Save the Scenic Santa Ritas:
This is a final reminder that ADEQ will be holding a public hearing TOMORROW evening (Oct. 9th) at 6pm. Details are listed below. If you cannot make it to the hearing, you can still submit comments through Oct. 31st. Thank you for your participation in this important issue!
Air Quality Permit
Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2012, 6pm there will be a public hearing hosted by ADEQ on Rosemont's proposed air quality permit. If you cannot attend the hearing, ADEQ is accepting comments now through Oct. 31, 2012.
Where: Sycamore Elementary School (Multi Purpose Building, 16701 S. Houghton Rd., Corona de Tucson, AZ 85641).
Why should you attend?
As ADEQ's public notice about the proposed air quality permit states, "YOU HAVE A VOICE IN AIR POLLUTION CONTROL IN ARIZONA." Now is your chance to raise your voice and help protect our air quality.
SSSR's analysis of the draft permit
Our coalition and legal team has analyzed the permit request, and we have put together some key points to consider when making comments.
Also, SSSR has rented a room at the school during the hearing - please stop by and say hi, to pick up additional information, and for snacks (we will be around beginning at 5:30). We will be happy to answer questions you have regarding the air quality permit, as well as other general questions related to the proposed mine. Here is a map of the school with our location labeled in relation to the hearing room.
For more information and technical support documents, go to http://www.azdeq.gov.
Comments may be submitted in writing to:
Balaji Vaidyanathan, Air Quality Permits Section Manager, ADEQ
1110 W. Washington St., 3415A-1
Phoenix, AZ 85007
or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Persons wishing to submit written comments may also do so at the public hearing.
Save the Scenic Santa Rita's key points re: permit:
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