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Rocky Flats Right to Know meeting

Environmental Information Network (EIN) presenters will speak about Rocky Flats contamination, redistribution of contaminants, flawed monitoring, health risks of exposures then and now, and why it is vital to keep Rocky Flats closed to public access.

This will be followed by an overview of the Jefferson Parkway that is proposed by the Jefferson Parkway Public Highway Authority or JPPHA. The head of the JPPHA stated at a recent meeting that there has been no testing, there will no testing, and no testing is required. This high-speed highway is planned to be built in areas contaminated by Rocky Flats.

 The red dotted line is the proposed Jefferson Parkway

The red dotted line is the proposed Jefferson Parkway

Earlier Event: September 30
Rocky Flats Rally!