Public Forum to Address Pollution at Fire Training Academy

June 3rd at Barnstable Town Hall

HYANNIS – The Greater Hyannis Civic Association will host a public forum June 3 on the pressing need to address groundwater pollution at the Barnstable County Fire Training Academy.

GHCA President Deborah Krau will host a panel of scientists and local leaders including Board of County Commissioners Chairman Ron Bergstrom, hydrogeologist Tom Cambareri, Barnstable County Association of Fire Chiefs President Anthony Pike, county Assembly of Delegates member Patrick Princi, Dr. Laurel Schaider of Silent Spring Institute, County Administrator Jack Yunits, and Barnstable Town Manager Mark Ells.

Each panelist will have eight minutes for a presentation. Following a question-and-answer session, Krau will review next steps.

The meeting, free and open to the public, will begin at 6:30 p.m. in the town council chamber at Barnstable Town Hall.


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