Silverton cancels Thursday’s Superfund vote

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Silverton cancels Thursday’s Superfund vote

Town officials say EPA wants larger designation than originally proposed
In late August, the Gold King Mine was spewing about 600 gallons of wastewater per minute. The water is being treated before being released into Cement Creek, a tributary of the Animas River. On Monday, Silverton officials canceled a meeting Thursday in which they were going to discuss approval of an effort to seek Superfund status to obtain federal money to help finance cleanup of mines in the area.
Butler

Silverton cancels Thursday’s Superfund vote

In late August, the Gold King Mine was spewing about 600 gallons of wastewater per minute. The water is being treated before being released into Cement Creek, a tributary of the Animas River. On Monday, Silverton officials canceled a meeting Thursday in which they were going to discuss approval of an effort to seek Superfund status to obtain federal money to help finance cleanup of mines in the area.
Butler
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