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Gainesville mayor reacts to EPA’s cleanup plan for Superfund site

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An improved plan for theclean up of the Cabot-Koppers Superfund site in Gainesville has been reviewed and appears to be a signifcant improvement compared to previous plans. WUFT FM’s Natalie Beigel tells us more.

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