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April 13, 2013

Ping target of mayor’s wrath?


Somerset —

Ping said he had received a verbal consent and release to work on the property, but acknowledged that he had not completed paperwork for a BMP (Best Management Practices) permit to control runoff from the site.
“The city had approached me and asked if they could stockpile some soil from a nearby site where they were working on my property, and I gave them permission to store their soil on my land for free,” Ping told the Commonwealth Journal.
That was before last week’s City Council meeting.

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