Devyn Gortner

Founder, Teens Against Toxins

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Local high school junior and founder of Teens Against Toxins, a group to raise public awareness of the Santa Susanna Field Laboratory site

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The Santa Susanna Mountains between the San Fernando and Simi Valleys is among the most contaminated places in the United States.

Will a Massive Source of Potential Cancer Finally Be Cleaned Up?

The Santa Susanna Mountains between the San Fernando and Simi Valleys is among the most contaminated places in the United States.

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