Join Clean Air's River Road Watchdog Team!

Are you interested in advocating for high standards for the clean up and remediation of blighted sites along River Road in the Tonawandas, including for the former sites of Tonawanda Coke and Huntley Power, and in monitoring current industries for potential dangers to workers and residents? Then join our River Road Watchdog Team!

This team focuses on oversight and watchdog activities related to the brownfield and superfund clean up processes ongoing at multiple sites along River Road, most notably at the former Tonawanda Coke and Huntley Power sites, and keeps tabs on current industries in the corridor. This team participates in the Tonawanda Coke Working Group and tracks progression of clean up processes at sites that do not have community advisory groups while advocating for additional CAGs. It also works to fight for stronger standards and greater community accountability in the statewide brownfield and superfund processes.

If you are a Tonawanda resident, River Road worker, and/or are interested in the technical and legal side of environmental remediation, permitting, or workplace safety, then this team will be a good fit for you.

Time/Activity Commitments
- Attending a monthly 1 hour hybrid team meeting to discuss strategy
- Helping to facilitate hybrid public meetings, generally quarterly, typically about 3 hours
- A one-on-one check-in with the team organizer periodically, generally twice a year, 1 hour over lunch, coffee or on Zoom. All team members need to first have a one-on-one with staff before joining team meetings.
-All team members must be members or supporters of Clean Air. Click here to review our membership structure, or here to make a donation today!

If unable to meet these commitments but still interested in participating, please also feel free to sign up and we will keep you on our contact list to let you know about upcoming public meetings and engagement opportunities.

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