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Posted on: May 23, 2018

City of Bainbridge Island Responds to EPA Update on Cleanup of Wyckoff – Eagle Harbor Superfund Site

City Manager Doug Schulze issued the following statement today in response to the announcement that the Environmental Protection Agency will begin its Phase One cleanup this year at the Wyckoff – Eagle Harbor Superfund Site:

“This is exciting news for the Bainbridge Island community and will help us move toward our long-range goals for Pritchard Park. I have been extremely impressed with the EPA’s community engagement related to the cleanup of the Wyckoff cleanup. They have demonstrated a genuine concern and interest in hearing from the community. City representatives will continue to work with the EPA, Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District and Department of Ecology as cleanup efforts move forward to make sure residents and visitors are safe in our community.”

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