PROPOSED NO FURTHER ACTION
Shephard Greenhouses AST Releases
Due: June 30, 2011
Location: 23150 Boones Ferry Rd, Aurora
Proposal: Pursuant to Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) 465.315, the Oregon
Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is proposing to issue a No Further
Action (NFA) determination for the Shephard Greenhouses AST Releases site located at 23150 Boones Ferry Road in Aurora,
The Voluntary Cleanup Program has
reviewed assessment and cleanup activities performed at the site. The site has
been in long term commercial agricultural use.
Multiple above ground storage tanks (ASTs) were
located on the property and primarily used to heat greenhouses. Petroleum
releases from the ASTs were documented and cleanup
actions were performed. Based on the results of the assessments and cleanup
actions, additional work is not required at the site.
Additional information concerning
site-specific investigations and remedial actions is available in DEQ’s Environmental Cleanup Site Information (ECSI)
database located on the web at http://www.deq.state.or.us/lq/ecsi/ecsi.htm
under Site ID 5461.
specific information is also available by
contacting Katie Robertson, DEQ’s project manager for
this site. The Administrative File for this facility is located at DEQ’s Pendleton office, and can be reviewed in person by
contacting project manager at the number below to arrange for an appointment.
Comment: The public comment period will
end on June 30, 2011. Please address all comments and/or inquiries to project
manager at the following address:
Department of Environmental
700 SE Emigrant,
Pendleton, OR 97801
Upon written request by ten or
more persons or by a group with a membership of 10 or more, a public meeting will
be held to receive verbal comments.
step: DEQ will consider all public comments received before
making a final decision regarding the “No Further Action” determination.
Proposed Approval of Cleanup for
USDA Forest Service Sisters Site
COMMENTS DUE: 5 p.m. July 1, 2011
PROJECT LOCATION: Highway 20 and Pine Street, Sisters, Oregon
PROPOSAL: The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality proposes to approve
of cleanup actions performed by the U.S. Forest Service and Oregon Department
of Transportation to remove arsenic, petroleum hydrocarbons, pentachlorophenol,
dioxins, and furans from soil at the Sisters Forest Service Compound site. The
proposed approval is also known as a no further action determination.
HIGHLIGHTS: The site consists of various Forest Service buildings on 80 acres
dating back to the 1950s. ODOT also occupies six acres of the site with a
maintenance shop and sand shed. The Forest Service and ODOT, in preparation for
sale of the property, conducted several soil cleanup actions over the last few
years. These soil excavation and disposal cleanup actions addressed the
following pollutants at the site: arsenic in a burn pile; petroleum
hydrocarbons at a chainsaw maintenance area; pentachlorophenol (a wood treatment
chemical), dioxins and furans from a suspected fence post treatment operation;
and petroleum hydrocarbons under a used oil tank. Pollutant levels remaining in
soil after the cleanup actions are protective of human health and the
HOW TO COMMENT: Send comments by 5p.m., Friday July 1, 2011 to DEQ Project
Manager, Marcy Kirk, DEQ Bend Office, 475 NE Bellevue Drive, Suite 110, Bend,
OR 97701, or to email@example.com. The
project file may be reviewed by appointment at DEQ’s Bend Office or online. To schedule an appointment to review the file or ask
questions, please contact Marcy at 541-633-2009. To access site summary
information and the staff report in DEQ’s Environmental Cleanup Site Information database on the Internet, go to www.deq.state.or.us/lq/ECSI/ecsidetail.asp?seqnbr=3029.
THE NEXT STEP: DEQ will consider all public comments received by the close of the
comment period before making a final decision regarding the proposed cleanup
ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION: DEQ is committed to accommodating people with disabilities. Please
notify DEQ of any special physical or language accommodations or if you need
information in large print, Braille or another format. To make these
arrangements, contact DEQ Communications and Outreach 503-229-5696 or toll free
in Oregon at 800-452-4011; fax to 503-229-6762; or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
People with hearing impairments
may call 711.
TO COMMENT ON
PROSPECTIVE PURCHASER AGREEMENT STIPULATION AND CONSENT JUDGMENT
CERTIFICATE OF COMPLETION FOR NORTH PORTLAND ROAD (SOUTH LARSEN)
PUBLICATION: Secretary of State’s Bulletin, The Oregonian
PUBLISHING DATE: Wednesday June 1, 2011
COMMENTS DUE: Friday July 1, 2011
PROJECT LOCATION: 10145 North Portland Road, Portland, Oregon
PROPOSAL: Pursuant to Oregon Revised Statute, ORS 465.320, the Department
of Environmental Quality (DEQ) issues this notice regarding completion of
cleanup actions performed at the subject property pursuant to a Prospective
Purchaser Agreement (PPA) issued in December 2005 in the form of a Stipulation
and Consent Judgment (Case Number 0512-13315). The DEQ will consider public
comments prior to issuing a cleanup Certification of Completion.Send written comments on the proposed
certification to Anna Coates, Oregon DEQ, Northwest Region, 2020 SW 4th Avenue,
Suite 400, Portland, Oregon 97201, or e-mail to email@example.com. by 5 p.m. on Friday July 1, 2011.
HIGHLIGHTS: The North Portland Road, LLC (NPR) Site is an approximately
15-acre parcel. The Site is also known as the South Larsen Site and is
separated from the Columbia Slough by the approximate 22-acre parcel known as
North Larsen, currently owned by the City of Portland.
The Site has been used for
trucking and transportation-related uses since the mid 1960s, included truck
maintenance and tanker truck cleaning. Environmental testing at the site prior
to the PPA identified releases of metals, petroleum hydrocarbons, volatile
organic compounds (VOCs), phenols, phthalates,
pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and cyanide. A chlorinated
solvent plume in groundwater was also identified.
The Consent Judgment required: a
payment into a DEQ fund for investigation and remedial actions in the Columbia
Slough sediments, investigation and cleanup of surface soils, stormwater system improvements to protect the Slough from
future releases, treatment of the chlorinated solvent plume source area,
assessment of the on-site water supply well and evaluation of other groundwater
beneficial uses, and a risk evaluation for worker exposure to solvent vapors,
and installation of engineering and institutional controls as necessary.
NPR has satisfactorily completed
the investigation and cleanup work required by the agreement and no further
remedial actions are required at the Site to protect public health, safety, and
welfare of the environment. The proposed certification decision would be
conditioned on: undertaking site management decisions in accordance with the
DEQ-approved Site Management Plan.
HOW TO COMMENT: Written comments can be sent to DEQ Northwest Region at 2020 SW
Fourth Ave., Suite 400, Portland, Oregon 97201-4987. To view the project files
please call Dawn Weinberger, File Review Specialist, at (503) 229-6729 to
schedule an appointment (ask for ECSI files #3337 and #186). If you have any
questions, please call the DEQ project manager, Anna Coates, at 503- 229-5213
or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
THE NEXT STEP: Once the public comment period has closed DEQ will consider all
comments before making a decision concerning the Certification of Completion.
The online versions of the OARs and Oregon
Bulletin are provided for convenience of reference and
enhanced access. The official, record copies of these
publications are the original paper filings.