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Land that used to be a
dump site is set to become the place one family in need will call home.
Springfield Township has
donated land at Hill and Medberry to Habitat for Humanity. The property has
some history. Fifteen years ago, someone started to build on the site and
discovered trash. After a legal battle, the township took over the land.
Township officials say
they thought the land would never be put to good use. Now that the EPA has
cleared the property, the township has found a way to put it to use and give
"We have since then had
the EPA come in," said Trustee Andy Glenn. "They have done testing on this site
and surrounding sites. They said that there are no hazards present, so they
completely cleared the land. It is safe to live on, there are no remaining
issues with it and Habitat is excited to get it."
The final vote to donate
the property will be Monday at 7 p.m.