Dispute Over Seneca Army Depot Fire Clean-up


Dispute over Seneca County Army Depot

The County Industrial Development Agency was in the process of acquiring

the land from the army, but when fire struck the deal wasn't finished.


The County Industrial Development Agency was in the process of buying the

warehouse from the army for the county to use for storage, but the Seneca

County Attorney says there were delays because of environmental concerns

raised by the state.

"At the time of the fire, the property had not been transferred to the

county and still was owned by the army. The county's IDA has studied the

matter, and they're under the opinion that the army may still have some

liability for the clean up," said Steven Getman Seneca County Attorney

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