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Our nation's clean water policy should provide all communities with access to healthy, safe water by protecting the streams and wetlands that contribute to our drinking water supply.

Community Forum on Toxics in LA

December 16, 2011
Los Angeles, California

Time: 1:00 - 4:30 pm
Location: Japanese American Cultural & Community Center, 244 S. San Pedro Street, Suite 505
RSVP: Nourbese Flint (nourbese@bwwla.org, 323-290-5955) or Ana Mascareñas (amascarenas@psr-la.org, 213-689-9170)

Find out how we can continue progress with rules being developed by the Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC), and voice your concerns about toxics in your community! We'll have a workshop for groups to learn more from 1:00-2:30, and a top official from DTSC will arrive at 3:00 for a Community Forum. Jointly sponsored by PSR-LA.

Food will be provided. No cost to attend. Spanish translation available. Children welcome!

View the flyer here.

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