Sherry Kraus of Ravenna posed questions Monday night to state officials about the civil penalties sought against companies that transported, dumped or arranged for out-of-state radioactive waste to be illegally dumped at an Estill County landfill.
Sherry Kraus of Ravenna posed questions Monday night to state officials about the civil penalties sought against companies that transported, dumped or arranged for out-of-state radioactive waste to be illegally dumped at an Estill County landfill. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Sherry Kraus of Ravenna posed questions Monday night to state officials about the civil penalties sought against companies that transported, dumped or arranged for out-of-state radioactive waste to be illegally dumped at an Estill County landfill. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

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