Road agent cleared in Auburn illegal dumping case
The Auburn Board of Selectmen agreed to release details of the investigation after reviewing the information at its Monday, Feb. 24 meeting.
The report may be complete, but the town is still on the hook for thousands, said Herman, who explained the cleanup and removal of the solid waste, which involved strict standards from Department of Environmental Services, cost $20,500. The town also spent $4,523 for the testing of ash from road paving, which was alleged to have come from the town’s incinerator. The allegations proved false.
Selectmen are able to offset some of the costs due to a $27,372 payment recently received in 2013 from the state in association with the landfill closure five years ago. The remaining balance, Herman said, will likely be paid through the town’s operating budget.
Calls to Chief Picard and Wetherbee were not immediately returned.
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