The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, St. Louis District, Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program (FUSRAP) and Environmental Branch invites the public to a Virtual FUSRAP Open House Tuesday, Nov. 16, from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
This open house is designed to share information about clean-up activities impacting the Downtown and North St. Louis areas affected by low-level radiological contamination from the nation’s early atomic weapons development and production activities. Due to 2019 novel-coronavirus disease, or COVID-19, this update on the St. Louis Sites will be conducted virtually through Webex.
“Our team continues to make significant progress at the St. Louis Sites. It has certainly been a challenge during the pandemic, yet we remain committed to maintaining the high level of project delivery that this program is known for,” FUSRAP program manager Phil Moser said. “We appreciate the continued engagement and are excited to provide this update to the community.”
Moser and the project managers of the FUSRAP St. Louis Sites will provide updates on project progress. Subject-matter experts will answer general questions. To protect the privacy of property owners, FUSRAP will use Private Chat (between attendees and facilitator) in case attendees mistakenly put personally identifiable information in the meeting’s chat feature. If property owners want to ask specific questions about their properties, they must submit inquiries with property addresses via email at STLFUSRAP@usace.army.mil.
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Release no. 21-097