Texas Reaches $2.1M Deal Over Dry Cleaner Pollution

Law360, Los Angeles (October 19, 2012, 8:31 PM EDT) -- The state of Texas has reached a $2.1 million settlement with property owners over environmental pollution at the site of two dry cleaning businesses in the tony River Oaks section of Houston, the Texas Attorney General's Office announced Friday.

In a notice posted Friday in the Texas Register, a weekly journal of state agency rulemaking, the state prosecutor’s office said Redonda Properties Inc., PMSV River Oak LP, SF Properties LLC and Seven BC Co. had agreed to pay a combined $2.1 million to resolve allegations they...
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