Restoration Program Activities
Areas of Potential Contamination
The Army recognizes the importance of public participation in it environmental cleanup program. Community participation enables the RVAAP team to understand and address public concerns about site investigation and possible cleanup with specific attention to health, safety, and environmental issues. Opportunities for public participation include:
The Restoration Advisory Board (often called the RAB) is a committee of volunteers from the community who participate in area cleanup decisions. The board is made up of 21 private representatives from the community, one person from the Ohio EPA and one from the Army. They meet every six months to review and discuss the latest developments in the Installation Restoration Program at Ravenna Army Ammunition Plant (RVAAP).
in becoming an RAB member? Click
here to download the RAB Interest Survey.
Click here for map to RAB meeting locations.
Click here for minutes of previous meetings.
An Information Repository of current information and final documents is available to any interested reader at Reed Memorial Library (167 East Main Street, Ravenna) and at the Newton Falls Public Library (204 South Canal Street, Newton Falls).
The Administrative Record is a legal file containing any documents related to RVAAP cleanup. Its purpose is to provide the public with access to site information so they can be informed on the cleanup program. The Administrative Record File is located at Camp James A. Garfield which is a controlled access facility. Access to the Administrative Record File can be obtained with prior notification and arrangement.
Camp James A. Garfield
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