Estill County Judge-Executive Wallace Taylor spoke Tuesday to the Interim Joint Committee on Natural Resources and the Environment in Frankfort about the illegal dumping of lower-level radioactive waste in an Estill County landfill.
Estill County Judge-Executive Wallace Taylor spoke Tuesday to the Interim Joint Committee on Natural Resources and the Environment in Frankfort about the illegal dumping of lower-level radioactive waste in an Estill County landfill. Greg Kocher gkocher@herald-leader.com
Estill County Judge-Executive Wallace Taylor spoke Tuesday to the Interim Joint Committee on Natural Resources and the Environment in Frankfort about the illegal dumping of lower-level radioactive waste in an Estill County landfill. Greg Kocher gkocher@herald-leader.com

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