Guests

Featured

Caitlin Carew

Writer

11:30 AM

SRCF is excited to announce the following lineup of featured guests.

Cesar Hernandez

TV Actor

12:30 PM

Joe Ranson

Illustrator

1:00 PM

Zachary Garrett

Illustrator

1:30 PM

Noelle Silva

Sci-fi Movie Actor

2:30 PM

Mark Grigsby

Comic Artist

3:00 PM

Many of our guests will be featured in
Q&A panels
SCHEDULE TBD

Jami Nieman

Publisher

3:30 PM

Allan Tomasino

Cartoonist

4:30 PM

Autographs available upon request; fee varies per guest

Eric C. Bates

Graphic Novelist

5:30 PM

Contact The  EPA

GE-Housatonic River Site Public Comments
EPA Region 1
5 Post Office Square (Mail Code SEMD-07-01)
Boston, MA 02109-3912
r1housatonic@epa.gov

 To Whom It May Concern,
     I am outraged at the proposed Rest of River clean up project proposed for the Housatonic River.  GE's corporate malfeasance and lack of concern for public safety are outrageous! 
     There is no good reason to force a toxic waste dump upon the people of Western Massachusetts.  As the motivation of this project seems to be saving GE money, if allowed to happen, it is inevitable that they will cut corners and cause irreparable harm to the economy and public health of Western Massachusetts.  It will spread PCB's downriver all the way to the Long Island Sound causing needless death and damage to the people of Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York.  
     The communities along the Housatonic River and Superfund Site have been victims of large scale corporate pollution from GE for almost a hundred years.  Please do not make our suffering extend indefinitely We deserve a clean river, we deserve to properly be rid of the scourge of PCBs.  PCB's need to be destroyed, not buried in a pit outside town.  
     I ask that the current Rest of River plan be scrapped and a new plan which includes an emphasis on public safety be considered.  

 #WetenMasshole #nopcb413

Contact Governor Baker

Governor Charlie Baker's Office of Constituent Services

Massachusetts State House, 24 Beacon St.
Office of the Governor, Room 280
Boston, MA 02133

 

cis@sec.state.ma.us

Governor Baker,
     I am outraged at the proposed Rest of River clean up project proposed for the Housatonic River.  GE's corporate malfeasance and lack of concern for public safety are outrageous! 
     There is no good reason to force a toxic waste dump upon the people of Western Massachusetts.  As the motivation of this project seems to be saving GE money, if allowed to happen, it is inevitable that they will cut corners and cause irreparable harm to the economy and public health of Western Massachusetts.  It will spread PCB's downriver all the way to the Long Island Sound causing needless death and damage to the people of Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York.  
     The communities along the Housatonic River and Superfund Site have been victims of large scale corporate pollution from GE for almost a hundred years.  Please do not make our suffering extend indefinitely We deserve a clean river, we deserve to properly be rid of the scourge of PCBs.  PCB's need to be destroyed, not buried in a pit outside town.  
     I ask that the current Rest of River plan be scrapped and a new plan which includes an emphasis on public safety be considered.  

 #WetenMasshole #nopcb413

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