Bill to force Coakley group to do remediation moves to governor
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The state Senate and House on Thursday passed 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.
Gov. Chris Sununu must sign the bill before it becomes law.
Rep. Renny Cushing, D-Hampton, was prime sponsor of HB 494, which the Senate and House passed Thursday after a committee of conference unanimously agreed to the bill last week.