Contact the Rocky Mountain Peace & Justice Center for more information on the following: http://rmpjc.org/
You are receiving this notice because you have attended an event, signed a petition or otherwise let us know you are concerned about radioactive contamination at Rocky Flats. You are invited to attend a meeting to discuss current plans for the construction of the Jefferson Parkway through land contaminated with plutonium adjacent to the former Rocky Flats weapons plant, as well as plans to open the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge to public recreation, and other important public health issues related to the inadequate clean up of the site. The meeting will be in the Community Room at Alfalfa’s Market on January 23, 2014 at 7:30pm.
The Rocky Flats Nuclear Guardianship project is looking to increase community involvement in what happens in and around Rocky Flats. You will hear an update on the current situation from nuclear guardians, and have an opportunity to ask questions, express your concerns and share your ideas. Most importantly you could get involved in planning and implementing strategies for stopping construction of the “plutonium parkway” and visioning future plans for creating more awareness about what dangers the “clean up” left behind at the site and what can be done to protect the public from such dangers. All are welcome, especially those who live close to Rocky Flats or in nearby communities.
The meeting will be held in the Community Room at Alfalfa’s market on the corner of Broadway and Arapahoe in Boulder. Alfalfa’s asks that we use the parking lot across Arapahoe from Alfalfa’s, rather than the Alfalfa’s lot. The entrance to the Community Room is near the southwest corner of the building, not through the store. Please arrive by 7:30pm. The meeting will adjourn around 9pm. We are grateful to Alfalfa’s Market for their generous offer of this space for our use.
We hope to see you there!