Estill Circuit Judge Michael Dean listened Thursday as attorneys spoke on a motion to dismiss three parties from a suit filed by Estill County Fiscal Court over dumping of radioactive waste into a landfill. The judge overruled the motion to dismiss.
Estill Circuit Judge Michael Dean listened Thursday as attorneys spoke on a motion to dismiss three parties from a suit filed by Estill County Fiscal Court over dumping of radioactive waste into a landfill. The judge overruled the motion to dismiss. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com
Estill Circuit Judge Michael Dean listened Thursday as attorneys spoke on a motion to dismiss three parties from a suit filed by Estill County Fiscal Court over dumping of radioactive waste into a landfill. The judge overruled the motion to dismiss. Greg Kocher gkocher1@herald-leader.com

Judge refuses to dismiss three parties from lawsuit over dumping of radioactive waste

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