Environmental advocates sue Boulder over Rocky Mountain Greenway May 11, 2021

Broomfield Enterprise

The complaint, filed by Physicians for Social Responsibility Colorado, the Environmental Information Network and biologist Harvey Nichols, names the city of Boulder and all Boulder City Councilmembers as defendants.

As a physician living in Superior, Sasha Stiles, the chair of Colorado’s chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility, said she’s treated patients with cancer that they believe could stem from the contamination at Rocky Flats. Her main objective is to protect people’s health and safety.

“We are concerned that there is still a great deal of environmental pollution, radionuclides, et cetera, radiating from the Rocky Flats nuclear wreckage site,” she said.

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