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UPDATE: Wisconsin DNR believes Thomas Street construction 'manageable'


(WSAW)- At Thursday night's Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee meeting NewsChannel 7 learned that six of the eight homes that would be demolished ... Neighborhood and commentary from the Wisconsin DNR about the future of Phase II of ...


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WAUSAU, Wis(WSAW)- At Thursday night's Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee meeting NewsChannel 7 learned that six of the eight homes that would be demolished in the first plan could be saved if residents still want to live there. Thursday afternoon, the Wausau Department of Public Works released a statement about the Thomas Street soil testing done by the Citizens for an Environmentally Safe Thomas Street Neighborhood and commentary from the Wisconsin DNR about the future of Phase II of the construction project based off of the findings in the testing. "Given the current information, the WDNR feels the construction can be managed and the project can continue to move forwardThe city will develop any soil management plans in cooperation with the WDNR to safely and properly manage the exceeding state cleanup standard during construction, if necessaryThe city will work closely with the WDNR to establish any necessary management plans to safely construct the road," the release read in part.

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