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City Leaders Hold Ceremony to Open Silver Park [VIDEO] [AUDIO]

Dozens of city, county, state and business leaders invited the public on a sunny Friday afternoon to the official opening of Missoula's Silver Park.

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EPA Nominates Missoula Mill Site for Superfund Status on National Priorities List

The Environmental Protection Agency has recommended that Missoula's former Smurfit-Stone mill site be listed as a priority for Superfund status.

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Supreme Court Overturns Decision on EPA Managment of Logging Roads

In a seven to one decision on Wednesday (March 20), the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision which would have given the EPA the authority to regulate runoff on logging roads.

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County Commissioners Appeal to State and EPA on Behalf of Frenchtown Technology and Industrial Center [AUDIO]

The Missoula County Board of Commissioners has released a letter to the State Department of Environmental Quality and the EPA regarding a proposed Superfund designation for the Frenchtown Technology and Industrial Center.

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Frenchtown Mill Owners Respond to Governor’s Superfund Request [AUDIO]

Not long after a public meeting to discuss the EPA's proposal that the former Frenchtown Mill site be placed on the Superfund list, Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer announced his support for the designation.

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Missoula Commissioners Send Superfund Request to Governor [AUDIO]

 

Missoula County Commissioners sent a letter to Governor Schweitzer on Thursday asking him to request the former Smurfit Stone mill site be placed on the National Priorities List by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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EPA Says No Emergency Pollution Situation at Smurfit-Stone Site [AUDIO]

At a public hearing held Thursday night in Frenchtown, the owners of the former Smurfit-Stone mill site met with Missoula County, EPA, and other officials regarding the pollution left behind at the facility.

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EPA Meeting to Discuss Frenchtown Mill Site Clean-up [AUDIO]

The West Valley Community Council will host a meeting on Thursday, Nov. 8 where representatives from local, state, and federal agencies will discuss the preliminary findings of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) investigation of the former Smurfitt Stone mill site.

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Update on Yellowstone River Oil Spill

At approximately 11:00 PM on Friday, July 1 a break occurred in a 12-inch pipeline owned by ExxonMobil that resulted in a spill of crude oil into the Yellowstone River approximately 20 miles upstream of Billings, Montana. The current estimate of the amount of oil released remains at 1,000 barrels based on information provided by ExxonMobil. EPA's primary concern is protecting people's health and the environment. EPA will remain on-site to ensure cleanup and restoration efforts do just that.

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