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Hazardous Waste/Low-Level Radioactive Waste May 25, 1999

Meeting Minutes

Meeting of May 25, 1999

          A meeting of the Connecticut Siting Council (hazardous waste/low-level radioactive waste) was held on Tuesday, May 25, 1999, in Hearing Room One, 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				Pamela B. Katz
 Chairman					Daniel P. Lynch, Jr.
Carolyn Jean Webb (designee for			Colin C. Tait
 Acting Commissioner Gyle)			William H. Smith
Albert E. Gary					Edward S. Wilensky

	Council Member Absent:
Lieutenant Colonel Marjorie Kolpa (designee for
 Commissioner Dr. Henry C. Lee)
	Staff Members Present:
Joel M. Rinebold				Fred O. Cunliffe
 Executive Director				Siting Analyst
Robert K. Erling				Mark F. Kohler
 Senior Siting Analyst				Assistant Attorney General
Paul M. Aresta							
 Siting Analyst							
	Recording Secretary:

Jenice L. Holmes

Minutes of November 19, 1997

          Ms. Katz moved to approve the Minutes of November 19, 1997; seconded by Mr. Tait. The motion passed unanimously.

PETITION NO. 417HW - Circle of Life, LLC petition that no Certificate of Public Safety and Necessity is required to treat non-RCRA/non-hazardous contaminated soils at its facility located at 158 Middletown Avenue in New Haven, Connecticut. Decision.

          Ms. Katz moved to approve Circle of Life petition that no Certificate of Public Safety and Necessity is required to treat non-RCRA/non-hazardous contaminated soils at its facility located at 158 Middletown Avenue in New Haven, Connecticut, seconded by Ms. Webb. The motion passed unanimously.

Administrative Matters

          Chairman Gelston stated that the next meeting would be scheduled as needed, and Mr. Tait suggested to schedule future meetings at the end of each year.

Adjournment

Chairman Gelston adjourned the meeting at 1:15 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,

Mortimer A. Gelston

Chairman

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