Many of those citizens say that they don’t feel like they got much information from either Red Shield, or the D.E.P. During Monday night’s special meeting in Old Town.
The meeting brought out some high level people, from the commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection, to Senator Elizabeth Schneider, but some are saying that it is too little, too late.
Red shield executives did answer some questions during the meeting, but some in attendance say that they feel like they didn’t always get a straight answer.
Bradley town manager Melissa Doane says she wants a monitoring system installed in her town so local residents can keep an eye on their own air quality.
Red Shield officials tell us the boiler could re-start within a week or two, after being shut down for the past month for repairs.