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Announcements and Key Topics
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in coordination with the New Mexico Environment Department and the New Mexico Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources Department will hold a community meeting on January 30, 2020, from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the: VFW Post 2597, 2597 North Hwy 522, Questa, New Mexico
During the meeting, the agencies will provide an update on current and future cleanup work at the Questa Mine Superfund Site followed by a question and answer session.
Public Participation Opportunities
Technical Assistance Programs:
Technical assistance refers to the provision of services focused on increasing community understanding of the science, regulations and policy related to environmental issues and EPA actions. To support healthy communities and strengthen environmental protection, EPA works closely with communities to make sure they have the technical help they need.
Technical Assistance Needs Assessment (TANA) Tool: This is a process to identify additional support that a community may require in order to understand technical information and participate meaningfully in the Superfund decision-making process. A TANA helps EPA determine what technical assistance resources and information the Agency can provide to meet community needs.
Technical Assistance Services for Communities (TASC) Program: This program provides services through a national EPA contract. Under the contract, a contractor provides scientists, engineers and other professionals to review and explain information to communities. TASC services are determined on a project-specific basis and provided at no cost to communities.
Partners in Technical Assistance Program (PTAP): Colleges and universities provide voluntary technical assistance to communities through this program.
Technical Assistance Grant (TAG) Program: TAGs are awarded to non-profit incorporated community groups. With TAG funding, community groups can contract with independent technical advisors to interpret and help the community understand technical information about their site. The TAG recipient group is responsible for managing their grant funds and contributing a 20 percent award match. Most groups meet this requirement through in-kind contributions such as volunteer hours toward grant-related activities.
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