City not on hook for cleaning up contamination

  KDHE report shows old Dillons property tested positive for pollution since ’90s By Adam Strunk In 2015, when the city purchased the old Dillons property at 320 Main Street for $475,000, it already had two water monitoring wells that tested positive for soil and water contamination. KDHE detailed such information in a report to the city recorded Dec. 4, 2017, into the Harvey County


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