Carrollton residents seek vote on infill of contaminated silt basin (TX)

Two homeowner’s association boards in the Country Place subdivision have voted to fill a nearby silt basin that contains traces of beryllium, lead and other contaminants, despite opposition from some residents.   The Country Place and Townhome One HOA boards voted to fill the basin with soil and build a new creek wall. Their decisions came a month after city officials presented community members with two solutions to address the accumulation of silt in the area. The other option was to dredge the basin and dispose of the sludge.    Read the article…………

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