According to an article in the Bay City times, two of the men - Roy C. Bradley SR. and Gerald A. Essex - together, to convert the former Church in time for the Charter School for the school year 2013-2014 to charge transport. During the process, the two "knowingly to remove and in accordance with the national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants errors cause the removal of all regulated asbestos-containing materials from this plant", the indictment says.The third man before the Court provided, over the charges Rodolfo Rodriguez, Carpenter, who had also worked on the renovation. He has been charged jury a Grand with individual counts of tampering with witnesses, victims or informants and dispensing false statements. The former is a 20-year felony, reported the newspaper.
Prosecutors to claim that Rodriguez "has been removed from the Church had made intentionally false statements about the amount of asbestos-containing materials, misleading statements about the identity of those who were to do the distance."The new Bay City Academy is one of three in the city. Owner Steve Ingersoll, an ophthalmologist who said that he over the fees, which was, as he believed all the renovation in order and all work was done was shocked according to code.
"It is a surprise, we had the usual regulatory checks and similar to all aspects of environmental protection from the beginning of the construction construction and building and every year after that reference", he said. "A test that showed any kind of problem never existed. Eco-friendly, the building is fine and always has been.""The assertion that apparently some [Bradley] asbestos, but that does not seem occurred workers law, because it should be all removed were time got the guys on the site", Ingersoll said, adding that he, that Bradley was an asbestos contractor remove harmful materials, the mesothelioma can cause believed, if inhaled.
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