PUBLIC MEETING – MONDAY NOVEMBER 21
UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
6:00 TO 8:00 PM – 608 N MAIN, COUPEVILLE
NAVY PLANS MORE GROWLER JETS AND NOISE
The Draft Environmental Impact Statement Proposes 9 Expansion Options
• All will result in a larger noise foot print, increased noise exposure and increased adverse impacts on public health and safety. UNITED
• The Navy’s Preferred Alternative would increase Growler operations at OLF from 6,250 operations per year to 35,100.
• Up to 3,446 children will be exposed to noise that can cause decreases in learning, reading, comprehension, cognitive abilities and a host of other health and behavioral impacts.
CONTAMINATED DRINKING WATER AT OLF COUPEVILLE
350 properties located around OLF Coupeville are targeted for testing by the Navy of private wells – and wells that serve the Town of Coupeville.
FIND OUT WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW AND DO
Learn from the experience of other communities
Presentation by a consultant who researched the impacts of this chemical on communities across the country. His work involved taking samples from rivers, wells and other drinking water sources.
COER’s Monday meeting precedes the Navy’s Tuesday meeting on PFC contamination. It is not meant to be a substitute for the Navy’s meeting.
It is an opportunity to ask questions and get information that the Navy is not likely to give you.
What you learn may help you to formulate your questions to the Navy and EPA.