Stakeholders get questions answered at Navy’s February Community Meeting Open House
More than 200 community members attended the Navy’s Community Meeting Open House for Hunters Point Naval Shipyard (HPNS) on Wednesday, February 8, 2017.
The meeting was held in the City of San Francisco’s Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure (OCII) community room next to The Storehouse on Galvez Avenue, just outside of the HPNS main gate. Information on the meeting topic, Radiological Cleanup at HPNS, was offered in an open house format to allow participants the ability to visit a series of nine stations, including seven posters, at their own pace and address questions directly to subject matter experts from the Navy, the City of San Francisco, and state and federal regulatory agencies. In addition, participants were able to view a pre-recorded presentation on the topic. This meeting gave the Navy the opportunity to meet many new community members and address their questions and concerns, while also sharing information with individuals and groups who have been active participants in previous Navy meetings and outreach.
Navy Announces New Radiological Cleanup Web Page
In conjunction with the February 8th meeting, the Navy has rolled out a new web page dedicated to radiological cleanup at HPNS.
All of the materials presented at the February 8th Community Meeting Open House are available below. Click the links below to be redirected.