Two community meetings in El Dorado Hills to discuss naturally occurring asbestos issues and dust prevention efforts have been postponed to 7 p.m. June 21 and 28 because of conflicts with other activities at the meeting site, the El Dorado Hills Community Services District Pavilion, according to a county spokesman.
EL DORADO COUNTY DUST-ENFORCEMENT PROGRAM
Supervisors Helen Baumann and Rusty Dupray will hold office hours from 9 a.m. to noon Fridays beginning Friday through July 8 at:
Building Services Department
4950 Hillsdale Circle, Suite 100
El Dorado Hills Business Park
(888) 394-4662 (FYI-4NOA)
As of Wednesday, residents can call with inquiries and complaints regarding naturally occurring asbestos and dust problems. John Morgan, county environmental management director, asks residents to provide specific information so staff members can respond.
EL DORADO COUNTY WEB SITE
Information on naturally occurring asbestos is also available at www.co.el-dorado.ca.us
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