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WATERTOWN

Transfer of tainted site awaits study

By Christina Pazzanese
Globe Correspondent / October 14, 2007

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Several large properties in the East End of Watertown, including a nearly 12-acre swath of land at Greenough Boulevard and Arsenal Street that was once used to burn depleted uranium from a Watertown Arsenal nuclear reactor, are undergoing close scrutiny to determine how badly contaminated they are and who is responsible for cleaning them up. (Full article: 587 words)

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