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June 24, 2013

Port still waiting for fixes to troublesome landfill

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Yet the site has not been successfully sealed and closed. A variety of offensive odors have annoyed nearby residents and rankled local officials.

Municipal leaders have taken the company to court on numerous occasions, in large part because company managers have not complied with state and municipal directives in a timely manner.

But New Ventures, a company with deep pockets and capable lawyers, has appeared to move at its own pace when it comes to successfully concluding operations.

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