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Army to host meeting on empty Fort Wainwright housing development

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Posted: Sunday, January 13, 2013 12:00 am

FAIRBANKS — The U.S. Army is holding a public meeting Tuesday to talk about the future of Taku Gardens, a $55 million housing development on Fort Wainwright that has been siting empty for seven years after toxic waste was found buried on the building site.

The Army has spent more than $21 million cleaning up the Superfund site after toxic PCBs were discovered in 2005 when contractors breaking ground to do foundation work reported a chemical odor in the soil.

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