The Daily Journal Online is reporting that the EPA will be holding a 30 day comment period between July 20 and August 20, 2010 for residents to ask questions about a proposed plan of clean up. The EPA believes about 870 residential properties need clean up in Potosi, 396 residential properties need clean up in Old Mines and 98 residential properties in Richwoods.
Not only was lead found in the soil, but in the well water. Many residents have also been provided with bottled water.
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