Village of Saint Charles to review environmental cleanup methods following study
SAINT CHARLES, Mich. --The village of Saint Charles released an environmental study which was prepared for the village after health concerns.
Saginaw County Sheriff William Federspiel moved deputies out of the substation last summer after concerns that something at the building may be making people sick.
The report states that all samples of concern from in and around the building were below site specific screening levels, but contaminants were under the parking lot and in an isolated area offsite related to leaking storage tanks that were removed in 1992.
The exact amount of contaminants was not determined.
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The Saint Charles Village Council is reviewing the study to determine the best method for cleanup.