Community Advisory Group (CAG)
A CAG is a way for people in the community to actively participate in the decision-making process at Superfund and other hazardous waste sites. Citizens who are part of CAGs can learn more about their site, get up-to-date information about cleanup status, ask questions, and discuss community concerns with EPA, State and local agencies, and other parties involved in the cleanup of the Superfund site. CAGs are usually is made up of people who represent the various stakeholders in the community.
The Community Advisory Group at the Dutch Boy site is called the Victory Heights / Maple Park Community Advisory Council. The Council was formally organized in 1996 and consists of several community groups, local businesses, surrounding industries, school representatives, churches, residents, local, state and federal government officials.
U.S. EPA hosts monthly meetings with the Council to discuss site activities and to obtain community feedback on site progress and decisions. The Council established a collaborative network of groups and individuals to address the environmental contamination at the Dutch Boy site.
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- April 28, 2004 (PDF) (26pp, 92K)
- November 5, 2003
- January 29, 2003
- November 20, 2002
- October 2, 2002
- August 24, 2002
- August 7, 2002
- April 24, 2002
- February 13, 2002
- October 17, 2001
- April 28, 1999 (PDF) ( 1pg, 39K)
- January 20, 1999 (PDF) (1pg, 42K)
- November 4, 1998 (PDF) (1pg, 36K)
- September 30, 1998 (PDF) (1pg, 28K)
- August 26, 1998 (PDF) (1pg, 30K)
- July 22, 1998 (PDF) (1pg, 28K)
- May 13, 1998 (PDF) (1pg, 31K)
- March 11, 1998 (PDF) (1pg, 25K)