(1) Prepare materials for dissemination to the public that explain the environmental
and health risks associated with site remediations in general and which are designed
to assist local governments and the public in assessing the risks associated with
particular site remediation projects;
(2) Serve as an informational resource for county improvement authorities who are
involved in remediating and redeveloping contaminated redevelopment areas and for
municipalities and residents of this State who may be impacted by the remediation
or redevelopment of contaminated real property regardless of who is undertaking the
remediation or redevelopment;
(3) Work with residents and municipalities to form neighborhood informational groups
whose purpose is to research, understand and disseminate information in neighborhoods
concerning the public health and environmental risks associated with site remediations
and redevelopment, as well as the economic benefits to be gained; and
(4) Make recommendations to the Legislature and the Governor in order to improve the
public understanding, perception and risk associated with site remediations in the
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