Community Working Group to discuss 2017 Community Well Monitoring Program on January 10

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Purging the Well

  The next meeting of the Town of Superior Community Working Group (CWG) will be held Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018 at 6 p.m. in the Superior Chamber of Commerce meeting room. Southwest Groundwater Consultants will review the results of water quality testing performed over the past year as part of a community monitoring program.

  The CWG includes residents and stakeholders from the Town of Superior, Queen Valley, Hewitt Station, Globe, the San Carlos Community and around the area. The group deals with the social and environmental issues, science and policy, and the pros and cons of the proposed Resolution Copper Project. Topics include environmental impacts, health, safety, natural resource issues, engineering, water quantity and quality, geology, economics, air quality, community investments, recreational changes and other related subjects.

  Meetings are held at the Superior Chamber of Commerce at 165 W. Main in Superior from 6 to 8 p.m., most often on the second Wednesday of each month. The public is welcome, and time is reserved on the agenda for everyone’s comments, questions, and discussion.

  More information about the CWG as well as agendas, meeting summaries, and past presentations are available for public review at the Superior Chamber of Commerce offices and at the Superior Public Library at 99 North Kellner Avenue, as well as online at http://SuperiorAZCWG.org/

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