The Dioxin Question 

Proposed cleanup of Balloon Track draws concern about toxic chemicals

Eureka's sprawling 43-acre Balloon Track is, in its current state, a difficult place to picture a bustling 500,000 square foot mini-city with residences, industry, a wetland and a commercial hub anchored by a big-box retailer. It's littered with piles of garbage, islands…

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