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DNR to city: More work needed on Foremost site

10:45 PM, Feb. 16, 2013
Crews work to clean up the former Foremost Dairies site last year. The property, located at 935 E. John St., is enrolled in the DNR's Voluntary Party Liability Exemption Program. That means the city and its redevelopment authority have to reach a high bar of remediation, said Karen Harkness, Appleton's community and economic development director.
Crews work to clean up the former Foremost Dairies site last year. The property, located at 935 E. John St., is enrolled in the DNR's Voluntary Party Liability Exemption Program. That means the city and its redevelopment authority have to reach a high bar of remediation, said Karen Harkness, Appleton's community and economic development director.
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City planners have high hopes for a swath of riverfront land ready for new construction, but Department of Natural Resources staff wants more proof the Appleton site is clear of contaminants.

The former Foremost Dairies property, 935 E. John St., is enrolled in the DNR's Voluntary Party Liability Exemption Program.

That means the city and its redevelopment authority have to reach a high bar of remediation, said Karen Harkness, Appleton's community and economic development director. ...

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