Asbestos report; Food Bank cancels Hero Cafe | City Briefs


Last updated 1/27/2022 at 7:49am

Edmonds Wastewater Treatment Plan receives asbestos report violation

At the Jan. 25 Cty Council meeting, Wastewater Treatment Plant manager Pamela Randolph reported that an impromptu inspection by Puget Sound Clean Air Agency resulted in in a violation notice.

An inspector noticed renovations had begun without an updated Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act report.

Work was stopped until the report was obtained, said Randolph. An appeal was lodged with the Pollution Control Hearings Board .

“Our belief is that we followed the regulations as written, but that is not PSCA’s understanding,” said Randolph.

“We will continue to the work this issue in hope of having a resolution by March 2022. At this point, we do expect to be levied a fine.”

Edmonds Food Bank cancels Heroes Café

Due to the surge of COVID cases currently, the Edmonds Food Bank is canceling the Heroes Café scheduled at the food bank Feb. 2.

“We are working on a new and improved veterans, military, and military family program to begin in the next few months,” said Todd Clayton, distribution coordinator for the Edmonds Food Bank. “This expanded program will better meet the needs of the community.”

If you would like to have input on the context and specifics of the Edmonds Food Bank veteran’s programs, reach out to Andrew at [email protected] and Michael Schindler at [email protected].


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