On this edition of Tell Somebody, Tom Klammer will sit down with Maurice Copeland, former Kansas City plant supervisor and Bannister Federal Complex Community Advisory Panel member, to discuss the most recent CAP meeting where private developer CenterPoint Properties defended a $175 million cleanup figure for the Bannister Federal Complex, but failed to explain how it could be done so cheaply when earlier government estimates suggested it should cost over $1 BILLION. We’ll have audio to play from the meeting. Also, Copeland will also explain an upcoming National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) presentation and hearing about a Special Exposure Cohort for claims by sick plant workers.

ON Tell Somebody | January 23, 2014 | 9:00 am

Sick Workers and Cheap Cleanup?

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On this edition of Tell Somebody, Tom Klammer will sit down with Maurice Copeland, former Kansas City plant supervisor and Bannister Federal Complex Community Advisory Panel member, to discuss the most recent CAP meeting where private developer CenterPoint Properties defended a $175 million cleanup figure for the Bannister Federal Complex, but failed to explain how it could be done so cheaply when earlier government estimates suggested it should cost over $1 BILLION. We’ll have audio to play from the meeting. Also, Copeland will also explain an upcoming National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) presentation and hearing about a Special Exposure Cohort for claims by sick plant workers.

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