Crews have spent the past two years mopping up the oil spill that contaminated Red Butte Creek, the waterway that runs through Salt Lake’s east-side neighborhoods and Liberty Park. The Utah Division of Water Quality has been assessing the cleanup efforts and is asking for public feedback. On Monday, we’ll talk about the findings.
- John Whitehead, Utah Division of Water Quality
- Chris Bittner, Utah Division of Water Quality
- Renee Zollinger, Salt Lake City Environmental Programs Manager
You can see the full report here. To comment, send email to email@example.com or in write to Division of Water Quality (Attn. Chris Bittner), 195 N. 1950 W., Salt Lake City, Utah 84114-4870. The public comment period ends on August 13, 2012 at 5 p.m.
The chronically homeless – people who live on the streets for years – die nearly 30 years earlier than their peers. Drs. Jim Withers and Pat Perri, leaders of the Street Medicine Institute, say it doesn’t have to be this way. They argue street medicine is a model for addressing preventable and treatable conditions which helps not only the homeless, but could reform the health care system as a whole. On Monday, Withers and Perri join us to talk about fixing the access issues and high costs of health care in America.
- Dr. Jim Withers
- Dr. Pat Perri
The Fourth Street Clinic and the Street Medicine Institute present a free public lecture, “Street Medicine: Just What the Doctor Ordered” on Tuesday, July 17 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium of the Salt Lake City Main Library. You can also listen to the lecture live on KCPW 88.3 and 105.3 FM or www.kcpw.org.
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