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Railway fined for chicken feed odor

Spill from derailed train left to rot near neighborhood homes

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Officials with the state Department of Environmental Conservation have fined Pan Am Railways for allowing chicken feed spilled from a train derailment last winter to rot alongside the tracks and create a foul odor that permeated in a residential neighborhood in Glenville. The Massachusetts-based company was assessed a $5,000 fine and ordered to remedy the situation that caused a series of complaints from residents in the area of Wyatts Drive. The spilled material — a ...


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