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Portland fails to fix sea terminal

$1.2m cleanup falls short; woes at facility have cost area's economy millions

By Tom Nugent
Globe Correspondent / March 18, 2006

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One year after a federal agency found that structural defects contributed to mold-related illnesses at Portland's International Marine Terminal, the agency is about to report that the city's $1.2 million effort to eliminate health hazards at the site failed. (Full article: 962 words)

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