Good Morning Neighbor:
I know that many of you are having problems registering your nomination through the ATSDR website - so instead please email Robert Zimmerman firstname.lastname@example.org with your nomination along with a brief reason why you think I should serve on the work group panel. You can just paste this information to the email and then add your comments.
South Fulton and Fayette Community Task Force
P.O. Box 1593
Fairburn, GA 30213
Also, the replay of the webcast is now available. The session that I told you about where we were able to demand that our voices be heard is below in the Plenary Session - click that link - give your name and email and you will be able to view it. What these community leaders have to say is so vital and clearly another reason why we must be a part of this work group panel.
Have a wonderful day.
Please note the following message is being re-sent to make the participant list more easily accessible.
Greetings,This message provides follow-up information on the June 26, 2009 National Conversation on Public Health and Chemical Exposures kick-off meeting held in Washington, DC.
A list of meeting participants is now available [here].
View the Webcast
The archive of the webcast of the National Conversation kick-off meeting is now available for viewing. The archive includes the morning portions of the meeting, covering introductory remarks by Gail Bingham, RESOLVE facilitator, Nsedu Obot Witherspoon, project co-chair and Dr. Howard Frumkin, project co-chair; Dr. Frumkin's presentation; presentations by keynote speakers Lisa Jackson, U.S. EPA Administrator, and Linda Birnbaum, NIEHS Director, as well as comments and questions from meeting attendees.To view the introductory remarks and keynote presentations click [here].To view the plenary question and comment period, click [here].
Work Group Membership Nominations
As a reminder, work group membership nominations will be accepted until July 20, 2009. Please submit nominations at www.2009nationalconversation.com.
For more information on the National Conversation, visit www.atsdr.cdc.gov/nationalconversation/.