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Gateway Pacific Terminal Environmental Health Impacts

December 14, 2012
Bellingham, Washington

Time: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Location: St. Luke's Community Health Education Center

Join us in the first forum in our series addressing the aquatic, health, climate change and infrastructure impacts of the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal.  The purpose of these forums is to provide Whatcom County residents with the necessary information to write effective comments for the EIS scoping process.  This second session in the series examines some of the health impacts of the Gateway Pacific Terminal.  Panel presentation and discussion.

WPSR Board member Dr. Steven Gilbert is a panelist.

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