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DEC seeks access, sues owner of contaminated Glenville property

Chemicals left behind by previous owners

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The state Department of Environmental Conservation is suing a former Glenville business owner, charging that he won’t allow officials access to his property to clean up contamination. The lawsuit, filed Feb. 20 in state Supreme Court in Albany County, alleges that Shaun Cole blocked DEC officials from his property at 107 Freemans Bridge Road. The site is the source of contamination that dates back to when the property was owned by Kenco Chemical, which supplied ...

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