Workers wearing protective suits and air-purifyng respirators walked Wednesday on Long Lane in Montgomery County, where the state is overseeing removal and replacement of soil with higher-than-normal concentrations of arsenic. Residents on the road have retained a Louisville law firm to represent their interests.
Workers wearing protective suits and air-purifyng respirators walked Wednesday on Long Lane in Montgomery County, where the state is overseeing removal and replacement of soil with higher-than-normal concentrations of arsenic. Residents on the road have retained a Louisville law firm to represent their interests. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Workers wearing protective suits and air-purifyng respirators walked Wednesday on Long Lane in Montgomery County, where the state is overseeing removal and replacement of soil with higher-than-normal concentrations of arsenic. Residents on the road have retained a Louisville law firm to represent their interests. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

Kentucky neighborhood near arsenic contamination retains law firm

September 15, 2016 11:45 AM

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