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Former Ogilvie Foods Co. Site (Watertown) – Public Comment Invited on Proposal for No Further Action

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Public Comment Invited About Proposed No Further Action Remedy for Brownfield Site on North Pleasant St., Watertown

This link opens a fact sheet that invites the public to comment on a proposal for no further action regarding the *Former Ogilvie Foods Site (Watertown, Jefferson County) #C623028* within New York’s Brownfield Cleanup Program:

*NYSDEC is accepting public comments about the proposal through March 26, 2018.* Please see fact sheet for details.

The fact sheet is in PDF format. You can save, open, and read the fact sheet by using Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader, you can go to the following web page on the NYSDEC web site to download the program:

Please do not respond to this email. Replies go to an untended mailbox. If you have questions about the contaminated site identified above, please use the contact information provided in the fact sheet.

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