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DEP Presents Tunnel Alternative To Gowanus CAG, Tuesday, Jan. 22
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DEP Presents Tunnel Alternative To Gowanus CAG, Tuesday, Jan. 22

GOWANUS – The NYC Department of Environmental Protection [http://www.nyc.gov/html/dep/html/home/home.shtml] (DEP) is going ahead with plans to present its proposed tunnel project [/dep-proposes-tunnel-as-alternative-to-cso-tanks-for-gowanus-superfund/] to the Gowanus Canal Community Advisory Group [https://gowanuscag.org/?fbclid=IwAR3ygs0FtKd8YPc3XUYdfjIfVXTeGww8ebP-1jKnERJ6N54uBRFa-8TJRg0] (CAG) on Tuesday, January 22nd. Dredging equipment at

NYC Parks Provides Community Update On Red Hook Ball Fields Remediation
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NYC Parks Provides Community Update On Red Hook Ball Fields Remediation

RED HOOK – NYC Department of Parks and Recreation [https://www.nycgovparks.org/about/whats-happening/red-hook-park-remediation] (NYC Parks) and the Environmental Protection Agency [https://www.epa.gov/ny/columbia-smelting-refining-works-red-hook-brooklyn-new-york] (EPA) hosted a meeting Monday evening [/meeting-to-update-community-about-red-hook-ball-fields-scheduled-for-monday-april-30/] to provide the Red Hook community with an update on the lead remediation and improvement

Meeting To Update Community About Red Hook Ball Fields Scheduled For Monday, April 30
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Meeting To Update Community About Red Hook Ball Fields Scheduled For Monday, April 30

RED HOOK – Council Member Carlos Menchaca [https://council.nyc.gov/district-38/] (District 38) sent out an announcement Tuesday afternoon encouraging the community to attend a meeting with NYC Department of Parks and Recreation [https://www.nycgovparks.org/about/whats-happening/red-hook-park-remediation] (NYC Parks) and the Environmental Protection Agency [https://www.epa.

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Report Finds Private Homes And Businesses May Be Contributing To Illegal Dumping

GOWANUS/GREENPOINT/CONEY ISLAND – Some homeowners and business owners in NYC may be unwittingly contributing to polluting the city’s waterways, according to a recent City Limits [https://citylimits.org/2018/01/16/in-unknown-numbers-and-often-unwittingly-homes-and-businesses-pollute-city-waterways/] report. The Gowanus Canal from the Union Street Bridge. (Photo: BKLYNER)While the Beach Haven Apartments

Locals Attend Hearing To Save Historic Gowanus Station From Demolition
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Locals Attend Hearing To Save Historic Gowanus Station From Demolition

Gowanus Station building, 234 Butler Street via Google MapsBROOKLYN BOROUGH HALL – A public hearing was held at Brooklyn Borough Hall Monday evening to discuss the fate of the historic Gowanus Station building [https://www.brownstoner.com/architecture/building-of-the-day-226-nevins-street/] which could potentially be demolished to make room for an 8-million-gallon Combined

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