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Cleanup Settlement Account Annual Report Fiscal Year 2019

 
Publication number Date Published
19-09-081October 2019
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Author(s) Pallavi Mukerjee
Description The Cleanup Settlement Account holds funds from legal settlements and court orders meant for environmental cleanup and restoration work. It is an interest-bearing account that allows the State to use the interest on deposited funds for cleanup activities both in the present, and in the future. The Cleanup Settlement Account funds projects across the state, and ensures settlement funds are linked to specific contaminated sites. This is the seventh annual report for this account. It describes the financial activity within the Cleanup Settlement Account (CSA) from July 1, 2018, to June 30, 2019. It also includes background on each cleanup project and accomplishments through the fiscal year (FY) 2017.
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Keywords Legisative Report, toxics cleanup, statutory authority, legislature, report, annual report, cleanup
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