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    Default EPA Superfund Program: NEWTON COUNTY MINE TAILINGS, GRANBY, Mo

    EPA Superfund Program: NEWTON COUNTY MINE TAILINGS, GRANBY, Mo


    https://cumulis.epa.gov/supercpad/cu...cfm?id=0701651
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    The Newton County Mine Tailings site (Site) is located in the northern half of Newton County, Missouri, and is part of the Tri-State Mining District which encompasses approximately 2,500 square miles of Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Mining at the Site was conducted from around 1850 to 1970. After 150 years of mining activities, the presence of chat piles, tailing impoundments, and waste mine rock piles, are common features of the landscape in Newton County. Over the past few decades much of the total volume of surface mine waste has been removed and reused. However, there are still hundreds of acres of mining and milling wastes that remain. Much of the wastes are contaminated with residual heavy metals and have the potential to contaminate surface soils, groundwater, surface water, and stream sediments.
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    Site Information for NEWTON COUNTY MINE TAILINGS
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    EPA’s Involvement at this Site
    What is the current site status?
    What's being done to protect human health and the environment?
    EPA’s Involvement at this Site
    The Site is a concern because of the mining and milling wastes remaining on the surface throughout the county. The wastes constitute a significant source of heavy metals contamination with potential for exposure to people and environmental receptors. Past mining and milling practices have also resulted in the contamination of surface soil, sediments, surface water, and groundwater in the shallow aquifer. The primary contaminants of concern are lead, cadmium, and zinc.

    A preliminary assessment was conducted in the Granby area in 1986 revealing elevated levels of cadmium, lead and zinc significantly above background concentrations in soil and groundwater. In 1989, MDNR reconfirmed elevated lead levels in surface water and soil. An expanded site assessment was conducted by EPA in 1995 around Granby, Wentworth, and Stark City that focused on determining heavy metals concentrations in mining and milling wastes, surface soils, surface water, and stream sediments. The discovery of an elevated blood-lead level in a child living in the Spring City area in 1995 resulted in further assessment activities of residential yard soil and private drinking water wells in and around Spring City. As a result of these assessments, EPA expanded its investigations of private water wells and residential yard soil in known mining areas throughout the country.

    Due to the large number of private residential drinking water wells identified with high levels of lead and cadmium throughout the Site, EPA began providing bottled water to homes in 1998. This action served as a temporary response action while public water supply systems were designed and constructed as part of the removal action to replace the contaminated wells. EPA completed construction of public water supplies that supply new public water supply mains to serve areas with contaminated residential wells. Additionally, approximately 100 individual deep-aquifer drinking water wells have been installed for homes where it was not feasible to install public water supply mains.

    In 1999, EPA began a removal action for lead-contaminated residential yard soil in approximately 100 properties in the OU 02 portion of the Site. Meanwhile, the PRPs removed lead-contaminated residential yard soil at approximately 300 properties in the OU 01 portion of the Site, mostly in the city of Granby, under an Administrative Order on Consent. EPA placed the Newton County portion of the Tri-State Mining District on the National Priorities List (NPL) on September 29, 2003. Wastes in and around 14 mining camps located within approximately 300 square miles of Newton County have been grouped into five subdistricts: Spring City/Spurgeon, Diamond, Granby, Stark City, and Wentworth. EPA designated two operable units (OUs) for cleanup activities due to the location of mine and milling wastes and the location of mining operations by various potentially responsible parties (PRPs) who are liable for cleanup actions. OU 01 is the Diamond, Spring City, and Granby subdistricts, and contains the locations of mines and mills owned or operated by PRPs. OU 02 encompasses the remainder of Newton County where no viable PRPs have been identified.




    The remaining risks to the environment and potential human exposure at the Site result from the presence of the mining and milling wastes located throughout the county. In 2009, EPA completed a Remedial Investigation/ Feasibility Study (RI/FS) which focused on these wastes and associated soils. A Record of Decision (ROD) was issued in June 2010. The major components of the selected remedy are:

    Removal of metals contaminated mining and milling wastes, soils, and intermittent tributary stream sediments
    Disposal of the contaminated wastes, soils, and sediments in a central repository to be constructed on site
    Capping of the repository with an 18-inch soil cover
    Recontouring the excavated areas to promote drainage
    Revegetation of the excavated areas and the repository with native grasses
    Monitoring Site streams for assessing the effect of cleanup
    Establishing institutional controls to restrict the future use of the disposal areas


    What is the current site status?

    Removal of contaminated residential yard soils is complete. Replacement of residential water supplies is also complete. The long-term remedy includes removal and disposal of contaminated soils and sediments, capping of the disposal area, revegetation of excavated areas and the capped area, monitoring, and institutional controls to restrict the use of disposal areas. Cleanup activities are ongoing. An interagency agreement (IA) was signed in November 2014 with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for the initiation of the first phase of remedial actions at the Site. Construction activities are scheduled to begin in 2016.


    EPA Region 6 and 7, in conjunction with the USFWS, Native American Tribes, and state environmental agencies (Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma) are currently collecting and evaluating characterization and ecological risk data throughout the reach of the Spring River basin in Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma as a coordinated watershed effort within the TSMD. All of the Site subdistricts drain to the Spring River basin. A remedy decision to address the remaining surface water at the Site has not been made.
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    What's being done to protect human health and the environment?

    The site is being addressed through federal and potentially responsible party (PRP) actions.



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    Default Government files suit against Newton County man for $2.6 million in unpaid taxes

    Government files suit against Newton County man for $2.6 million in unpaid taxes


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    A civil action filed last week in U. S. District Court claims that a Newton County man failed to pay his taxes for five years and fraudulently transferred his residential and business properties to keep them out of the government's hands.

    In the lawsuit, the federal government claims William Phillip "Phil" Jackson, of Stark City, owes $2,663,312.30, including penalties and interest for taxes that should have been paid between 1998 and 2002.

    The suit asks the judge to okay the sale of four pieces of property it says are owned by Jackson, including the property on which Jackson Tire in Granby is located, two other Granby properties, and Phil and Sharon Jackson's home in Stark City.

    The lawsuit claims that after the government began pursuing Jackson for the unpaid taxes, he transferred titles to the four properties to four entities, Trinity Consulting, Rock Foundation, Gateway Properties, and Prosperity Leasing, without receiving equivalent value in return.

    The trustee for each of those entities, according to the lawsuit, was Jerry Lahr, Fort Worth, Texas, but the government claims each was under the control of Phil Jackson.

    The lawsuit notes that Lahr has an "established history of using fictitious and/or nominee entries to hold property and evade payment of his own federal income taxes."

    On December 8, 2008, Lahr pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to defraud the United States, by transferring his assets to various entities to avoid paying taxes.


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    Default What You Tolerate Is What You Must Endure -- A Letter to the Editor Newton County News

    What You Tolerate Is What You Must Endure -- A Letter to the Editor Newton County News


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    Both the Editor of this newspaper and myself attend Granby City Council Meetings. We come up with different impressions.

    Mayor Travis Gamble forced the resignations of both the City Fire Chief and recently the City Collector. The modius operandi is to put them both under “city ordinance” as independent officials and then when they don’t meet the new demands to make them resign. Their other hobby is to change the municipal ordinances to meet their agenda to enrich favored insiders, but this hobby has been engaged in since forever.

    So once the City Collector didn’t have to only collect taxes but to launder the proceeds as well, she resigned. So not having an elected money launderess and having Newton County collect the taxes for $4000 means saving $25,800 salary? No, not necessarily because you still must pay the new unelected money launderesses doing the will of the Mayor.

    So now we are going to have an election in November to [s]elect whether to [s]elect a new City Collector which the Mayor can also force to resign. Isn’t Dem[on]ocracy wonderful?

    Another trick is to commission “studies” which prove the desired result. The recent gas survey “proved” that gas rates would have to increase. Given that Travis Gamble insists that money swapped around in various accounts now not only had to be paid from his term as mayor but from the past 30 years under different Granby mayors as well, we all knew that the payback would cum from two sources: a) Uranus b) your pocket. The gas survey said “your pocket.”

    Travis Gamble says that it is your “moral duty” to pay not only for his decisions, but for previous administrations. Not your legal duty as only the state has standing to prosecute. Why, you need to be punished for electing these idiots.

    For once I agree. You will and you are. (311 words)

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    Default Granby proposing quarter-cent public safety sales tax

    Granby proposing quarter-cent public safety sales tax

    By Ariel Cooley acooley@joplinglobe.com
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    GRANBY, Mo. — Granby residents will be voting on a quarter-cent sales tax for the Police Department in the November election.

    The department’s budget is funded through the city’s general revenue and from grants police Chief Jacob Kelley is able to obtain.

    The posed public safety initiative tax would raise about $24,000 annually. The tax, which would equate to a nickel for every $20 spent, would be permanent if approved by voters on Nov. 8.

    Mayor Travis Gamble said the general fund is “stretched to the limit.”

    “The tax itself will relieve a lot of pressure off the city when it comes to general funds,” said Ira Hawkins, a City Council member. “Then we will be able to put some things in play for the Police Department that they’ve needed for quite some time.”

    The department is underfunded, Kelley said. Including himself, there are five full-time employees and three reserves.

    If the sales tax is approved, Kelley said, the first order of business would be to build a new station. “The building we are in is old,” he said. “It was at one time a lumber yard. We suspect it’s roughly 100 years old.”

    The building has safety issues, leaks, has had multiple sewer repairs, and has no place to hold prisoners.

    The department has been in contact with Branco Construction Co. about design and the price of a new structure. Kelley said details have not been determined yet.

    The new building would also provide a courtroom. Court is currently held in City Hall, but the only security there are the police officers themselves.

    Kelley said the department is also in need of funding for patrol cars.

    “Right now we are buying surplus used vehicles and it’s kind of a gamble about the type of condition they would be in,” he said. “We don’t have any plans on buying new cars, but it would be nice to get something a little better than the surplus.”

    The department has three vehicles, two of which are prone to breakdowns, and the officers sometimes have to share one patrol vehicle.

    Other equipment the department needs, according to Kelley, are ballistic vests, stun guns, dashboard cameras, computers and weapons.

    Each officer provides his own weapon. This, Kelley said, is not unheard of, but generally towns the size of Granby do provide weapons for the police officers.

    “We’re really trying our best to make sure we get as much information out about it as possible,” Kelley said.

    Town hall meeting

    The city of Granby will hold a town hall meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, at City Hall, 302 N. Main St., to discuss changes that have happened in the city, changes that will be happening in the future and address any concerns residents have.



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    Default City Council Meeting of 25 Oct. 2016

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    Default Granby Police Department wants a 1/4-cent sales tax increase to pay for a new Police Station

    Granby Police Department wants a 1/4-cent sales tax increase to pay for a new Police Station


    http://www.koamtv.com/clip/12854748/...allot-10-10-26
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zx-gE3plOhw



    KOAM TV-7 at 10:00pm 26 Oct 2016 put up this 50-second news report in which Granby Police Chief Jacob Kelley shows pictures from his old facility and asks that the voters of Granby Missouri approve a quarter-cent sales tax on the Nov. 8, 2016 general election ballot.

    If KOAM-7 News had a Youtube channel for this soon-expiring video then it would be used instead.



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