Photograph of the Starr Mill Site. Waste piles and stone retaining walls are in the center and Emigrant Canyon Road is in the background on the right.

Community Involvement Plan for Starr Mill

The Community Involvement Plan (CIP) serves as a guide for the NPS to engage and inform community members, environmental groups, government officials, the media, and other interested parties in the environmental investigation and cleanup activities at the Site. The CIP is a "living" document and will be updated or revised, as appropriate, as Site conditions or circumstances change.

The CIP has two key objectives. The first key objective is to provide for the dissemination of information to the public in a timely, accurate, meaningful, and understandable manner. The second objective is to create opportunities—and ensure the community understands those opportunities—for active public participation, enabling interested persons to provide valuable comments that can be used by the NPS project team for planning and decision making.

This document is open for a long comment period because it is an open invitation for feedback on the Community Involvement Plan. When the Engineering Evaluation/Cost Analysis report shows a recommended treatment path, there will be a 30-day public comment on that.
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