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Meeting Minutes
Meeting of June 20, 2000

     A meeting of the Connecticut Siting Council (hazardous waste/low-level radioactive waste) was held on Tuesday, June 20, 2000, in Hearing Room Two, Ten Franklin Square, New Britain, Connecticut.  The meeting was called to order with a quorum present by Chairman Mortimer A. Gelston at 1:00 p.m.

     Council Members Present:
Mortimer A. Gelston                                          Daniel P. Lynch, Jr.
 Chairman                                                       William H. Smith
Lieutenant Colonel Marjorie Kolpa (designee for      Colin C. Tait
 Commissioner Arthur L. Spada)                          Edward S. Wilensky
Albert E. Gary (arrived at 1:02 p.m.)

     Council Members Absent

Pamela B. Katz
Dr. Joxel Garcia, M.D.
 (Commissioner of Public Health)

     Staff Members Present:

Joel M. Rinebold                                              Fred O. Cunliffe
 Executive Director                                           Siting Analyst
Paul M. Aresta                                                Lisa Fontaine
 Siting Analyst                                                 Secretary 1

     Recording Secretary:

Gwenn R. Gregory

Minutes of August 31, 1999.

     Mr. Wilensky moved to approve the Minutes of August 31, 1999; seconded by Mr. Lynch.  The motion passed unanimously.  Mr. Gary was recused from this motion.

PETITION NO. 463HW - Active Oil, Inc. petition for a declaratory ruling that no Certificate of Public Safety and Necessity is required for a proposed waste oil transfer facility at 120 Forbes Avenue in New Haven, Connecticut.  Decision.

     Mr. Tait moved to approve this petition; seconded by Mr. Lynch with Col. Kolpa requesting the local Fire Marshal and State Fire Marshal be notified.  The motion passed unanimously.

PETITION NO. 464HW - Tri-S Environmental Services, Inc. petition for a declaratory ruling that no Certificate of Public Safety and Necessity is required to operate a bulking and solidification facility at 25 Pinney Street in Ellington, Connecticut.  Decision.

     Mr. Tait moved to approve this petition; seconded by Mr. Lynch with Col. Kolpa requesting the local Fire Marshal and State Fire Marshal be notified.  The motion passed unanimously.

Administrative Matters.

     Mr. Rinebold, Executive Director stated that the next meeting would be scheduled as necessary.
     The new State Police Department of Public Safety Commissioner was given the Siting Council's best wishes.

Adjournment.

     Chairman Gelston adjourned the meeting at 1:06 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,
 
 
 

Mortimer A. Gelston
Chairman

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