Meeting for Vancouver Energy permit today at Clark College

first_imgToday’s meeting on a key permit for the controversial Vancouver Energy oil terminal is expected to draw testimony from opponents and supporters alike.The state Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council is hosting the Notice of Construction Air Permit meeting for the terminal this afternoon.The public is invited to bring written or oral comments during the hearing from 1 to 9 p.m. at Clark College’s Gaiser Hall, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way.Today is also the final day of public comment on the draft.Each speaker will be given two minutes. A court reporter will be available in a separate room for those who must leave before they have a chance to speak.Parking is free, but Clark College asks that drivers use the red parking lots. If the room is filled to capacity, latecomers will be asked to wait outside until people leave.Commonly called the clean-air permit, the notice of construction air permit is required when a business creates a new source of air pollution or modifies an existing source of pollution. The permit’s goal is to make sure the sources of air pollution are established in a way that conforms with state air-quality regulations.last_img read more