by Michael Levin, Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.
November, 2006

Haverford’s Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) meeting on Tuesday October 17 was neither convened at 7:30 pm nor were minutes of previous meeting presented; there was one committee member present, the chairman of the EAC, who promptly confirmed his allegiance to EPA where he works in front of two invited representatives from the EPA program who were there for a presentation. The EPA members were Jill Lowe, the remedial project manager and an EPA federal-state liaison employee. Effectively, the township’s EAC review and critique of EPA has built-in conflicts of interest.

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