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Contaminated Soil Removal And Funding Options To Be Researched

An issue that dates back nearly ten years was discussed by the Village Board and Planning Commission recently – what to do the former B-Plant property located on Maple Street South in downtown Turtle Lake. This piece of property was a former creamery until the 1980s when it was home to additional businesses once the creamery closed, most notable a storage building for used telephones. The building and its contents were destroyed in a 1991 fire. After years of negotiating the building was razed and eventually became Village-owned property. Since then it has been determined contamination of the soil exists and the Village began looking into remediation options for the property.  SEE COMPLETE STORY IN THE TIMES OR READ ONLINE WITH PAID SUBSCRIPTION.

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  1. THE AGENCY CORP LIMITED on May 31, 2023 at 11:36 pm

    Contaminated soil removal is an important task that requires careful consideration and appropriate funding options. The article from Turtle Lake Times highlights the significance of researching funding options for contaminated soil removal. By addressing this issue, we can protect our environment and ensure the well-being of our communities. It’s encouraging to see publications like Turtle Lake Times shedding light on this topic and encouraging research in this area. By exploring funding options, we can facilitate the proper removal and remediation of contaminated soil, leading to a cleaner and healthier environment for everyone. Let’s continue to prioritize environmental stewardship and work towards sustainable solutions.

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