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EPA #82759

ABC Evening News for Monday, Feb 21, 1983
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(Studio) Deputy Environmental Protection Agency administration John Horton said under investigation by Justice Department for allegedly using another Environmental Protection Agency employee to conduct his personal business Admin. Anne Burford reported flying to Saint Louis, Missouri, tomorrow to announce major cleanup of Times Beach region, contaminated by dioxin.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Times Beach, Missouri) Center for Disease Control's recommendations for safety of Times Beach residents due to high level of dioxin in soil noted; severity of contamination said greater than that at Love Canal. [Alderman Harold GOODMAN - claims Environmental Protection Agency has manipulated town.] [Govt. task force member Laine JUMPER - defs. EPA.] [Evelyn ZUFALL - notes psychological impact on town; blames government]
REPORTER: Chris Bury

Bury, Chris;
Reynolds, Frank

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