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DEP memo details cost of cuts

Warns public health is being endangered

By Beth Daley and Scott S. Greenberger
Globe Staff / February 9, 2005

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A key environmental agency under Governor Mitt Romney says severe budget cuts have forced the agency to curtail its search for hazardous waste sites, cut back monitoring of water quality and air pollution, and close a regional office in northeastern Massachusetts, according to an internal document obtained yesterday. (Full article: 818 words)

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