The state departments of Health and Environmental Conservation are holding a community meeting Wednesday, November 7 in Watertown to hear those concerns.
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Environmental and health officials will participate in two events in Watertown Wednesday: a one-on-one availability with members of the public, where citizens can share their concerns privately, and a public meeting, when officials will present the history of the Air Brake site.
Stephen Litwhiler is a spokesman for the DEC.
"We felt it was, you know, just very responsive to get out into the public, present the information and also be available for all their questions," he said.
A community meeting called by neighborhood activists in August drew hundreds of people to the North Side Improvement League to hear a representative of famous environmental activist Erin Brockovich speak.
The state DEC contends the site has been thoroughly cleaned up.