He and project engineers met with state Department of Environmental Conservation officials, project engineers and neighbors of the site to discuss the new plan.
Word of the cleanup delay had not made its way to Supervisor Mary Brizzell last week. In the past, the town has been notified of any change in plans of the cleanup, said Brizzell. The town has no hand in the cleanup, but does want to see the site cleaned, she said.
Once cleanup of the main site is completed, engineers will move onto another adjacent property owned by CSX Transportation Inc. Completion of that site should take two to three months, said Moore. Engineers are hoping to keep the total cleanup costs under $200 million, he said.""