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Work to resume on cleanup at air base

Buried drums were discovered in 1990

An LC-130 takes off from the Stratton Air National Guard base.
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An LC-130 takes off from the Stratton Air National Guard base.
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Cleanup of contaminated soil at a site on the Stratton Air National Guard Base in Glenville is expected to resume soon, according to a state fact sheet issued Monday. The cleanup focuses on two areas primarily covered by grass on the southwestern corner of the base, near Maple Avenue, according to the fact sheet. The sites are dubbed Site 3 and Site 6. On Site 3, a construction crew in 1990 encountered buried drums while ...

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