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Onondaga Lake clean up effort gets 451 million
By Richard Annal
Oswego N.Y – Honeywell International has signed an order to spend 451-million dollars to clean up industrial pollutants from Onondaga Lake. Over the next nine years....Honeywell...the successor to Allied Chemical...plans to dredge contaminated sediments from the lake bottom....cap some of the lake bottom with sand and take other measures to make the lake cleaner. But a party to the lengthy legal process to force the clean up says the plan falls short of what's needed. Joseph Heath is legal counsel to the Onondaga Nation. He spoke to WRVO's Richard Annal.