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Friday, February 05, 2016
Dewey-Humboldt mayor asks Sen. McCain's help to delist Superfund site
Sue Tone/The Daily Courier, fileThe Humboldt smelter stack overlooks the contaminated slag pile on the left and the dross pile on the right, both extending to the Agua Fria River. Community members and EPA officials toured this and the Iron King Mine site in April 2015.
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The Humboldt smelter stack overlooks the contaminated slag pile on the left and the dross pile on the right, both extending to the Agua Fria River. Community members and EPA officials toured this and the Iron King Mine site in April 2015.
Cracks in the old smelter stack and contaminated soil does not deter Dewey-Humboldt Mayor Terry Nolan from wanting to build a state park on the Superfund site on the east side of Highway 69. On Jan. 4, Nolan bent the ear of U.S. Sen. John McCain.

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