|From:||Peter Strauss <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Thu, 15 Jun 1995 23:25:35 -0700 (PDT)|
|Subject:||Land-use Part II|
A situation has been developing at Moffett Field which I think should demonstrate some of the problems that we have in defining where clean-up and land-use overlap. There are two landfills which the Navy proposes to cap and monitor for 30 years. However, this $4.0 million plus remedy only works someone continues to operate the drain system at Moffett. Otherwise, the landfills would be totally inundated, with subsequent releases of leachate. So as this remedy is proposed, it must be contingent upon operating and maintaining a drain system in perpituity. We know that the Navy, or NASA (pr (present owner of the site) cannot make such a committment. Nor, with the present climate in Washington, can we be assured that either of these entities will choose to operate the air field (and the drain system) in two years let alone into the foreseeable future. I don't see a solution to this problem on the horizon. Peter Strauss
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