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EPA plans partial Superfund clean-up of contaminated soil this fall; Dewey-Humboldt residents worry about human contamination, too

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Monika O'Sullivan, left, Superfund Remedial Project Manager, Margot Perez-Sullivan, a Public Information Officer with the EPA, and Jeff Dhont, also a Superfund Remedial Project Manager, talk about the future clean-up of the Iron King Mine and the Humboldt Smelter Tuesday afternoon while touring the sites in Dewey-Humboldt.

Matt Hinshaw/The Daily Courier<br> Monika O'Sullivan, left, Superfund Remedial Project Manager, Margot Perez-Sullivan, a Public Information Officer with the EPA, and Jeff Dhont, also a Superfund Remedial Project Manager, talk about the future clean-up of the Iron King Mine and the Humboldt Smelter Tuesday afternoon while touring the sites in Dewey-Humboldt.

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