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PARK CITY, Utah — Park City School District, in partnership with R&R Environmental will hold two Town Hall meetings on Treasure Mountain Junior High Soil Piles. The soil piles have come under scrutiny for being contaminated with lead and arsenic as reported by the Salt Lake Tribune. The district estimates it will cost $3 million or more to remove the soil.
The meetings are an opportunity to get a clear overview of the operations, learn about the background, and understand the plans regarding the removal of the soil piles behind TMJH.
PCSD asks participants to bring your questions and be part of this informative discussion.
November 8 (Spanish/Zoom) – Treasure Mountain JH Library, 6 – 7 p.m.
November 9 (English/Zoom) – Treasure Mountain JH forum / Cafeteria, 6 – 7 p.m.
Video Courtesy of the Salt Lake Tribune