No fix yet for "contaminated" mulch at two Tulsa parks

Sections of two Tulsa parks remain closed two weeks after contaminated mulch was put on playgrounds, while state environmental officials figure out what's in the mulch

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hpy2beme - 10/29/2012 1:04 PM
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I am concerned about the park next door to Harley Hollan's recyling and waste facility. The water run off is effecting the city of Tulsa residents. We use to jog and have soccer practice around the park but the smell, dust, and air quality was making us sick. We cant enjoy the park any longer due to these concerns. I think Fox23 should investigate this a lot more. Especially when it rains the debris from his facility contaiminates the park. How does the City of Tulsa allow a waste hauling business to stack tons of trash in the open air in the middle of Tulsa? Please investigate for our childrens sake!

Mayor Maynot - 10/28/2012 9:19 AM
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Sand box 101 :-) Remove the material in question. Replace the material in question with suitable material. Dude that dumped the bad stuff needs to PAY for another contractor to come in and fix the mistake. Avoid this mistake in the future by keeping the violating contractor out of the loop. Pretty simple really.
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