The deadline to submit comments on DTSC’s draft PEIR for the SSFL cleanup has passed. DTSC projects that the final EIR will be released in the fall of 2018, as well as a Corrective Measures Study and Decision Document that will be open for public comment. You can take action now by signing the #1million parents petition and by contacting your elected officials and telling them you want SSFL fully cleaned up, as promised. Click here for information on your US Congressional representative, and click here for information on your California representatives. To stay informed, click here to sign up for the Rocketdyne Cleanup Coalition mailing list for cleanup updates and information about other actions you can take to help assure that SSFL is fully cleaned up.
Here are some of the comments submitted in December 2017 on DTSC’s draft PEIR from governments, elected officials, and community, environmental, and public health groups.
Comments from Governments and Elected Officials
- City of Los Angeles, NRDC, and CBG Joint Letter
- Ventura County Board of Supervisors
- LA County Board of Supervisors Chair Sheila Kuehl
- U.S. Congresswoman Julia Brownley
- California Senator Henry Stern
Comments from Community, Health, and Environmental Organizations
- Natural Resources Defense Council and Committee to Bridge the Gap – detailed supplemental comments. See related chemical comparison charts
- Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles (includes new report: “Analysis of Boeing’s Risk Assessments for the Santa Susana Laboratory”)
- Southern California Federation of Scientists
- LA Audubon
- Rocketdyne Cleanup Coalition
- Susana Knolls Homeowners Association
- Nuclear Information and Resource Service
Below are some of the organizations, elected officials, and communities who support the promised, full cleanup of SSFL.
Community members who live near SSFL
Support for a full cleanup of SSFL has been expressed by thousands of community members living near the site. The AOC cleanup agreements received 3,700 comments in support of full cleanup. (Only about a dozen were in opposition.) Over 1,600 people signed a petition to local elected leaders urging that the cleanup agreements be upheld. And nearly 200,000 people have signed a new petition launched by parents whose children have pediatric cancer and live near SSFL.
Organizations and Elected Officials
Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Ventura County Board of Supervisors City of Simi Valley City of Los Angeles Congresswoman Julia Brownley Natural Resources Defense Council Rocketdyne Cleanup Coalition SSFL Work Group Susana Knolls Homeowners Association Physicians for Social Responsibility-Los Angeles Southern California Federation of Scientists Committee to Bridge the Gap Los Angeles Audubon Society Consumer Watchdog The Peoples’ Senate Teens Against Toxins Ventura County Democratic Party North Valley Democratic Club Progressive Democrats of the Santa Monica Mountains Simi Valley Democratic Club Parents Against the Santa Susana Field Lab Nuclear Disaster