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Protect our health & environment!

Site 300 is a high-explosive test site used for nuclear weapons development and located one mile west of Tracy. The U.S. EPA put Site 300 on its “Superfund” list, meaning it is one of the most heavily contaminated sites in the country.

Toxic & radioactive materials from Site 300 have been released into the air, soil, groundwater aquifers and surface waters, putting the health of the workers and our community residents at risk.

A new proposal to detonate open-air bomb blasts will put more hazardous materials into the air and increase our health risks.

We will share news & actions to take!

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Scott Yundt, Staff Attorney

Raiza Marciscano-Bettis, Bilingual Community Organizer for Tracy

Discussion, questions & answers; Spanish translation and handouts will be provided.


  • Occurred Wednesday, November 13th, 2019 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm


902 N. Central Ave.,

Tracy, CA 95376


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