Bill to force Coakley cleanup gets unanimous support
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A committee of conference of the state Legislature unanimously agreed to a bill that will require the Coakley Landfill Group – working with state and federal officials – to design and implement a system to remediate contaminants found in Berry’s Brook.
The bill still must be voted on by the House and Senate June 27, but it cannot be amended, according to interviews with state lawmakers who worked on the bill and participated in Wednesday’s discussions. If both chambers approve the bill it will advance to Gov. Chris Sununu for his consideration.