I drove down to the site to check out reports that the cleanup crew had been working closer to The Third River than his permits allowed.
Ben Morse summed up many resident's concerns in an excellent Bloomfield Life column this week.
He points out that
"No cleanup is occurring in the area of historic fill. The developer plans to "cap" the contamination with clean soil. How this "clean fill" stays put during a flood – the site is known to have flooded in the 1930s and 1950s, and during hurricanes Floyd and Irene - is anybody’s guess."