When leaders of the Maplewood Neighborhood Association first suggested the organization counter persistent gang issues by donating money to a ...
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October 19, 2012
The cost of cleaning the Camp Bonneville firing range has more than doubled, the result of a panoply of metals found submerged deep beneath the surface of the former military site. The U.S. Army has agreed to pay Weston Solutions Inc. $7.1 million for the additional work. County commissioners Wednesday signed off on the new contract.