Health Clinic, Brockovich, Trump Expect Water, Air Treatment

Eastern Palestine, Ohio (WKBN) – Recovery efforts continue this week in Eastern Palestine.

More than two weeks have passed since the train derailment that claimed many lives.

More resources will be available this week.

Over the weekend, Mayor Trent Conaway said: updated on facebook. He said he met with several members of the state legislature on Sunday. Congressman Bill Johnson was also present.

Investigation and cleanup will continue on Monday. Conaway said in a post that cleanups are progressing well and will continue for the time being.

FEMA is also participating in the restoration and cleanup efforts. More resources are being deployed this week to help those affected.

Beginning Tuesday: The Ohio Department of Health is working with the Columbiana County Health Department to offer health assessment clinics to residents of Eastern Palestine starting this week. You can start booking today. It will be located at the First Church of Christ on West Main Street.All information about You can check the schedule of appointments here.

Officials and residents of East Palestine have seen many state and federal officials visiting to discuss decontamination and recovery efforts.

Several members of Congress visited last week, and even Senators Sherrod Brown and JD Vance. They both seek federal assistance. His three state representatives in the region also submitted resolutions.

Railroad companies have said they should warn states when trains are carrying hazardous materials. On Tuesday, that resolution will be sent to the rules and references for determining committees.

on Wednesday, ex President Donald Trump I am visiting. His exact plans for the visit have yet to be announced.

on friday, Environmental activist Erin Brockovich Hosted by City Hall. The time and place are yet to be determined. Health Clinic, Brockovich, Trump Expect Water, Air Treatment

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