Public Meeting - LCP Proposed Settlement For Lost Recreation Opportunities
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About the Event
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources and Honeywell announced a proposed settlement to fund natural resource restoration projects to compensate the public for lost recreational fishing caused by the release of hazardous substances from the LCP Chemical Superfund site. The settlement requires Honeywell to pay $4 million that will be used by the State to support implementation of natural resource restoration projects that will enhance, restore or create recreational services comparable to those that were lost. State personnel and representatives of Honeywell will be available at a public meeting to provide more information on the settlement and to answer questions. The public comment period has been extended to February 18th, stay tuned for opportunities to weigh in and share your voice!