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Community meeting in North Birmingham for EPA Superfund Project

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The city of Birmingham, Mayor William Bell and District 4 Councilor Maxine Herring Parker will host a community meeting in North Birmingham.  It's regarding the EPA's 35th Street Superfund Project.  The meeting is set for Tuesday, December 18, 2012 from 6pm to 8pm at Hudson K-8 School.  A Superfund assessment will allow EPA to determine the possible presence of pollutants based on sound science, identify potentially responsible parties and determine appropriate next steps in the community.  Information will be provided that explains the process of assessment of soil samples as well as the one-page access agreement that must be signed and can be returned at the community meeting.  The city of Birmingham's website has information available about this project as well as a link to EPA's website.  Just go to www.birminghamal.gov or click on this link: http://epa.gov/northbhamproject/.

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