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Next door, set back grandly from Krome Avenue behind a small park that’s slated to triple in size, sits the architecturally distinctive new police station, which replaces an old HQ that was obsolete, cramped and infested with mold and radon.
Exposure to air pollution, asbestos, and radon gas can also cause lung cancer, as can a history of chest radiation, like from treatment from another type of cancer.
The Estill County dump that accepted radioactive waste has agreed to install monitors, fund school radon testing and develop a corrective action plan, under an agreement with the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet announced in November.
High levels of radon were found in some Centennial School District buildings, the district said this week.
Custom kitchen cabinetry with crown molding is also included along with a USB charging outlet in the kitchen, soft-close drawers and a passive radon ventilation system in every home.
Dozens of other programs also would be zeroed out entirely, including funding for radon detection, lead risk reduction, projects along the U.S.-Mexico border and environmental justice initiatives.
Some of those categories have been zeroed out entirely, including beach protection, radon monitoring and lead testing, the documents show.
The budget would also zero out money for states for dealing with such problems as non-point source pollution, radon, lead, underground storage tanks, pollution prevention and beach protection.
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First Known Use: 1918See Words from the same year
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