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Hutchinson News (Newspaper) - April 4, 1990, Hutchinson, Kansas Polluted Sites on Rise in Kansas by Mike Corn Harris news service Topeka More Sites in Kansas Are considered polluted than there were a year ago but the Agency charged with safeguarding the environment reports that More Sites Are being cleaned up As Well. The Kansas department of health and environment recently listed 386 Sites where pollution has been identified. That compares with 327 when the 1988 report was released. The same report listed 47 Sites As resolved or cleaned up which compares with 19 the previous year. Cleanup operations Are under Way at 47 other Sites. With the release of the 1989 report Odhe created a separate category for leaking underground storage tanks such As Gas tanks at service stations. In 1988, the report listed 162 leaking tanks. With the 1989 report the list grew to 815. Inspections Are conducted on underground tanks whenever tanks Are removed or leaks Are disco the growing problem of pollution in Kansas Hutchinson news wednesday april 4, 1990 Page 2 where the Sites Are District totals 1989 1988 Southeast 54 33 84 75 Southwest 37 31 Northwest 87 81 56 44 Northeast 68 63 Kansas totals 386 327 Fri underground storage tanks Are classified separately because they Are governed by specific Laws and regulations. However in 1989, As regulators turned their attention to the tanks 815 leaks were reported. That compares to 162 leaks discovered during 1988. The new regulations prompted the removal of 936 tanks rather than meet leak detection requirements. Source Kansas department of health and environment ered. The increased number of leaking tanks coincides with new leak detection requirements imposed by the environmental Protection Agency. Many tank owners chose to remove tanks rather than meet the leak detection requirements the report states. In addition to underground tanks and other Sites the report also outlined chemical spills reported to Odhe. In the 12 months ending sept. 30,1,062 spills were reported. Oil related activities accounted for the bulk of the spills 765. Activity associated with Oil production is the leading cause of pollution affecting 26 percent of the 386 pollution Sites in the state. Waste lagoons account for 16 percent of the pollution while illegal dumping and abandonment of Drums account for 14 percent of the problem. Agricultural practices and Harris news service Mike Corn facilities account for 10 percent of the Sites. The 386 Sites Are scattered throughout the state most counties have at least one. Each of the six regional Odhe districts in the state have polluted areas. The Northwest Kansas District has the largest number of Sites with 87 locations South Central Kansas has 84 Sites. Southwest Kansas has the fewest Sites 37. Dig continued from Page 1 in january 1989, a Sample of tap water at the Mcpherson Board of Public utilities tested at 0.01 milligrams per liter mg/1 chromium. Rick Anderson Blu general manager said no chromium tests have been done on the water Supply since the Power Plant Sample Over a year ago. With All the Public attention being focused on the a stealth continued from Page 1 Liams confirmed that three f-117as have crashed Over the years and that two pilots died. He declined to say what caused the problems. But he hailed the f-117a program As a successful venture that demonstrates the Pentagon can develop and build reliable High tech aircraft in a classified environment. I think it s persuaded us that full scale development program can be used very successfully he Ter he said perhaps it would be Hoove us to get some tests run to assure us and the Duncan said the 0.01 mgl level should be put in perspective. That level is the lowest Trace the lab tests can detect and there is room there for error he said. In addition Federal research shows that a person can ingest More chromium by using stainless steel cookware to prepare food than by drinking water daily that has a 0.05 mg/1 chromium level he said. The majority of municipal water systems in Kansas test negative for chromium. From july 1986 to june 1989, the Odhe lab tested 288 City water samples for heavy metals and found eight percent of them had Levels of 0.01 mg/1 or More the highest was 0.04, which was within the drinking Standard Duncan said. Some of the positive tests could be from chromium that can occur naturally in water tables he said. Heavy metals such As chromium can be removed from tap water by distilling it or by the use of a reverse osmosis unit which could Cost $400 to $1,000, he said. Said. When asked if he meant the secret funding programs known As the Pentagon s Black budget Williams responded the release of the information comes amid weakening support in Congress for the air Force s b-2 stealth bomber program and As the service is developing yet another super secret aircraft the supersonic Advance tactical fighter. Many in Congress expressed sticker Shock last year when the b-2 s Long classified figures revealed i s $530 million per plane Price tag raising questions about the Pentagon s use of such Black budget programs. Williams defended the Pentagon s Success with the f-117a, amid such controversies. The f-117a program tells us stealth can be developed can be used on an operational aircraft is a successful technology that it works Williams said. While pointing out that the stealth fighter has a tactical Mission and the b-2 stealth bomber is used for longer Range or strategic targets Williams argued that the radar evading stealth characteristics help to make us one of the most capable air forces in the the aircraft got its first combat Mission in december. Two of the aircraft bombed a Field near a panamanian defense forces Barracks to stun and confuse the panamanians while . Paratroopers landed nearby. It mom would approve introducing a new line of Kerr pie fillings in Clear Glass Mason style jars. The kind of pie filling your mom used to make. With the Juiciest plump est fruit and finest ingredients without additives or preservatives. Be sure to use new Kerr pie fillings along with cd pure Cane sugar. Remember the finest baking starts with the finest ingredients. Made from scratch taste. Ira 8.16% 8.00% 15 month cd Banko Kansas financial Square  South Hutchinson 316 663-5011 member Odic substantial Penally or Early withdrawal 3rd year plan Dies by Dave Ranney Harris news service Topeka the House on tuesday abandoned the final year of the margin of excellence a three year program designed to increase state University budgets. But proponents say the margin in t dead it s Only sleeping. The three year plan has become a four year plan said Stan Koplik executive director of the Kansas Board of regents. We re fully braced for continuing the margin of excellence Campaign into 1991." the Board of regents had requested a $68 million increase in a proposed $970.7 million budget for fiscal 1991, including $16.3 million for the margin of excellence. Gov. Mike Hayden however added Only $11.7 million for the regents institutions with Only $400,000 for margin of excellence. The Senate added $9.2 million to the governor s recommendation but the House appropriations committee on March 28 Cut $3.4 million from the Senate appropriation. After five hours of debate tuesday the House endorsed the a transcript Dodge City Humana Hospital admissions Michael Burkhart Kinsley. Kayla Duricr. 2500 4th Terrace. Mrs. Morris Jones Box 993. Lena Kehn Montezuma. Leslie Lynch tur pin okla. Juan Trevino 911 West Trail. Vernon Wallis 1810 Manor drive. Dismissals mrs. Frank Blansett ranch Wood estates. Helen Borth Meade. Gracie Goodrie Protection. Kelly head and infant 1604 Apache. Wilton Koch Montezuma. Mrs. Ernest Winkley 504 Edge More. Kenneth Engle 810 8th. Garden City St. Catherine Hospital admissions Eva f. Birt Syracuse. Maria Castillo. Kimberly Garcia. Ricarda Gonzales Garden City. Lowell Mather Sharon Springs. Cory Mitchell. Herlinda Nunez. Maribel Ortiz Garden City. Robert Plotner in Falls. Aaron Redinbaugh. Kim Redinbaugh. Pete Rojas Garden City. Eldon Shrimplin Sublette. Lyla Smyth Ulysses. Dorothy Trebilcock Garden City. Alruna Tucker Copeland. Carolyn Vohs Deerfield. Dismissals Michelle Calzonetti and infant. Garden City. Clyde Dawson Winona. Floice Dixon Ulysses. Leticia Esquivel and infant. Ashtyn Kitch. Dwight Ladd. Mary Mysing Garden City. Olaf russet Ulysses. Mary Simon Marienthal. Christopher Small satan. Harold Stokes Leoti. Loretta Tabor. Dolores Wilcox. Bessie Zrubek Garden City. Liberal Southwest medical Center births girls april 2. Or. And mrs. Robert King Guymon okla. Boys or. And mrs. William Sharkey. Guymon okla. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Elliott Moscow. Or. And mrs. Richard Bland Liberal. Admissions mrs. Robert King. Mrs. William Sharkey Guymon okla. Mrs. Kenneth Elliott Moscow. Mrs. Richard Bland. Penner Lee Stafford Liberal. Mrs. Jose Garza. James Williams Tyrone okla. Mrs. Orvil Watson Hooker okla. Elizabeth easter. Mrs. Elsie Teague. Goldie Smith Liberal. Mrs. Thomas Warren Holla. Dismissals Olen Dudley Hugoton. Mrs. Wilbur Biggerstaff Kismet. Mrs Glessie Bender Plains. Jeannie Saunders Hugoton. Penner Stafford. Tracy by Ford and infant. Mrs. Edith Miller Liberal. Of margin in House proper nations committee recommendation but killed a Bill to underwrite the Board of regents with $12 million from a five cent increase in the 3tate tax on cigarettes. The governor s proposed $400,000 for margin of excellence was dropped from the budget approved by the House. Margin of excellence called for increasing University base budgets by $44 million by fiscal 1991, an amount that would raise faculty salaries to 100 percent of those paid at comparable universities in Colorado Iowa North Carolina Oklahoma and Oregon. The plan also called for increasing Overall budgets to 95 percent of peer school average. When the margin of excellence Campaign began in fiscal 1989, spending at Kansas universities was 86.5 percent of the peer average faculty salaries were 90 percent. Entering the third year of the margin Kansas spending had climbed to 91.7 percent of the peer average faculty salaries had reached 96.8 percent. Great Bend Central Kansas medical Center births girl april 2. Or. And mrs. Kevin rom inc great Bent. Admissions Adolph Lutz. Elbert Browning. Cynthia smokes. Tammy Romine. Neva Shank. Louise Estarrook. Hatty Stos. Leona Burnett. Theodore Janne great Bend. Marco Antillon Garden City. Lola Riedl la Crosse. Bea Axman Olmitz. Joann Wilson. Ralph Rostine Hoisington. Melvin weers Seward. Ted Zimmerman Ellinwood. Dismissals Florence Armstrong great Bend. Hoisington Clara Barton Hospital admissions mrs. James Shannan Hughes great Bend. Dismissals Doreen Rohrig and infant Hoisington. Vocal jazz ensemble of Hutchinson Community College conducted by Neal Allsup thursday april 5. 2 00 . At Delos v. Smith or. Shepherd Center 101 West 1st free seminar Public invited in. By mail a -. 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