Jefferson Parkway Update: Mark The Calendar for July 23rd, Public Hearing Likely to Occur at Broomfield City Council - Stay Tuned for Updates
July 12, 2019
This map shows the proposed route of the Jefferson Parkway along Indiana St. compared with plutonium contamination outlined on the Krey Hardy Map. Click here for additional information from a paper written by Randy Stafford, member of the Jefferson Parkway Advisory Committee.
Thank you to the community for speaking out on this important public health issue. The Council is hearing us!
Where: George Di Ciero City and County Building 1 DesCombes Drive Broomfield, CO 80020
JPPHA is asking Broomfield for $2.5 million to help fund the Jefferson Parkway. Stay tuned for updates - A vote and public hearing about the Jefferson Parkway could occur at this meeting.
ACTION ALERT: Please make public comment to Broomfield City Council - thank them for hearing the community and taking the time to study this important public health issue. Encourage them to NOT provide any more funding to the Jefferson Parkway project.
If you're unavailable to attend the meeting, please email the Broomfield City Council at: email@example.com
Studies over recent decades have shown plutonium at more than 100x background radiation along Indiana St.
The half-life of plutonium is 24,110 years.
There is pending litigation on 3 lawsuits regarding contamination at Rocky Flats (more information available on rockyflatsambushedgrandjury.com)
Local legislators, local school boards, and community groups from around the nation oppose public recreation at Rocky Flats.
7 local school districts made a commitment to not allow field trips to Rocky Flats. This includes BVSD, SVVSD, Adams 12, Adams 14, Jeffco Public Schools, and Denver Public Schools.
In 2016 property owners in the Cook V. Rockwell case received a settlement of $375 million due to contamination from the Rocky Flats Plant. The jury found that “plutonium will continue to be present on the class properties indefinitely”.
The Jefferson Parkway would not complete the beltway around Denver. There would still be a number of stoplights and road transfers.