NANFA-- White River fish kill restoration money
Wed, 14 Aug 2002 19:32:42 EDT

White River restoration is just a trickle

Most money set aside for rehabilitation after '99 fish kill remains unspent.

By George McLaren

August 14, 2002

More than a year after Guide Corp. agreed to plead guilty and pay $6 million
to rehabilitate White River after a massive fish kill, only about 13 percent
of a restoration fund has been spent.

The restoration fund was part of a $14.2 million payment from Guide that
involved additional civil and criminal penalties and investigative costs for
the 1999 spill of toxins that killed 5 million fish from Anderson to

(Balance of story at below link.)

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River restoration is just a trickle</A>,news

The hard copy story had a nice color photo of a long ear sunfish.

Chuck Church
Indianapolis, Indiana USA
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