A meeting to update the public on the status of M6 disposal and air monitoring at Camp Minden turned into a passionate debate on both sides of the issue of whether the contained burn chamber should stay or go.

At an Environmental Protection Agency meeting Monday, members of the public and employees of Explosive Service International packed the Minden Community House to have their voices heard. ESI addressed several issues they felt was misinformation, namely transporting hazardous materials, cancer rates and creating jobs.

Dean Schellhase, project manager for the M6 disposal, said transportation of any hazardous material must be regulated and deemed

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