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Tribal Coordination with the TRI Program

2011 February 23

Currently, the TRI Program convenes bi-monthly calls with TRI State Coordinators and TRI Regional Coordinators (located in each of EPA’s ten regional offices).  Under this potential proposed rule, EPA would ask Tribes to designate an official to receive the TRI reports and would then invite those designated TRI Tribal Coordinators to participate in the bi-monthly calls as well.

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  1. Brandy Toft permalink
    March 30, 2011

    The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe supports the provision for the Tribal Chairperson to appoint a designee to participate on the TRI Coordinators Calls and to receive the TRI reports. This will be beneficial information for the Tribe’s Emergency Response Committee.

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