Wolverine Community Advisory Group
Full CAG Meeting
Online Using Zoom
Thursday, June 18, 2020
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM
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Draft Agenda (all times are approximate)
6:00 PM Welcome
6:15 PM Update on Public Health Study
6:30 PM Tannery Restoration Plan
7:00 PM Groundwater Surface Water Interface Response Activity Plan
7:30 PM Public Comment
8:00 PM CAG Committee Reports and Discussion
8:30 PM Adjourn
1) ensure that the response activities at the Wolverine World Wide sites protect and sustainably restore
the environment for human health, fish, wildlife, and recreation, through community participation; and
2) that important community concerns are articulated, understood, and considered during any related
investigation and response action.
• work cooperatively with each other, supporting agencies, and other stakeholders,
• be respectful of all participants,
• approach all issues and viewpoints with an open mind,
• focus on what is important to the community as a whole and articulate community concerns in a way
that all stakeholders can understand,
• seek common ground wherever possible, and present and respect minority opinions where they exist
Online Public Meeting On A Wolverine World Wide Residential Well Resampling Response Activity Plan For The North Kent Study Area, Kent County.
Tuesday, June 23, 2020, 6–7pm
Details regarding how to access this online meeting are posted here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2647508958293158670.
If you do not have access to a computer, you can listen live by calling 631-992-3221. When prompted enter the Attendee Access Code: 324-266-961.
The Residential Well Resampling ResAP summarizes the phased approach Wolverine will take to resample residential wells located within the North Kent Study Area which are not receiving municipal water (i.e. Filter Areas as defined in the Consent Decree), and do not have a point-of-entry treatment system (POET) installed by Wolverine. The homes with the least amount of sampling data and the highest PFAS concentrations will be sampled first, with the goal of resampling each residence within the Filter Areas of the North Kent Study Area that has not been sampled two or more times as of February 19, 2020. This residential well resampling will be completed over the course of three years.
An electronic copy of the Residential Well Resampling ResAP report can be found on the House Street Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART) website at www.michigan.gov/belmont, under the heading “Recent Accomplishments.” A hard copy of the report is also available for review at the City of Rockford, Algoma Township, and Plainfield Charter Township municipal offices.
Next Wolverine CAG Meeting
Thursday, July 16, 2020
6:00 PM – 8:30 PM Topics TBD