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$93 Million Sounds Good, But Is It?

Insurers have agreed to pay some $93 million to cleanup the Stringfellow Acid Pits in Riverside, California.

Bill Lockyer appears happy with the settlement.

It's difficult to tell whether it's a good deal, though. I tried to find the bottom-line dollar amount of the projected cleanup for the site, but after a reasonable amount of searching and reading, I couldn't. One estimate puts the cost at almost $400 million.

Makes you wonder, doesn't it?

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