Outside investigator hired to probe Auburn dumping
Rene LaBranche, of Stantec Consulting Services, said that along with tires and metal, dumped materials included parts of computer monitors, a microwave, a washing machine, a lawn mower and furniture.
A tip detailing the dumping was given to police several months ago, kick-starting the investigation.
Auburn Police Officer and Auburn resident Greg Santuccio said that police investigate all claims of dumping.
Road paving tests
LaBranche also presented the board with the results from testing on Eaton Hill Road. Stantec was hired to investigate allegations that the road was paved under Dross’ supervision using incinerator ash.
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