Members and supporters of the Geneva Women’s Assembly will present a list of “demands” to the City Council tonight regarding the contaminated soil caused by the former Geneva Foundry on Jackson Street.
A rally also will be held at 6 p.m. today outside the Public Safety Building at 255 Exchange St. where the Council meets to protest the way the city is handling the foundry situation.
Protesters will then attend the Council meeting and present their demands.
The Geneva Women’s Assembly met Monday night at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church to discuss “ways the city can make right the contamination of lead and arsenic in the soil.”
Organizer Laura Salamendra said those attending spoke about the health of themselves, their children and pets; the value of their homes; and the contamination impact on gardening and access to outdoor space along with the timeline of remediation.