Legal counsel files, 1995-2002 (bulk 1999-2002).
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LTV Steel Company, (1984-2002) was formed on June 29, 1984, by The LTV Corporation through a merger of Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation (a subsidiary of The LTV Corporation) and Republic Steel Corporation. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation, Youngstown Sheet and Tube Company, and Republic Steel Corporation ceased to exist on March 21, 1984, when the merger was first announced, and LTV Steel Company became the new company's official name on December 19, 1984. LTV Steel Company, the seco...
In 1989, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency [PCA] issued a request for response action against the Ashland Petroleum Company to investigate an alleged oil spill, air quality violation, and soil and water contamination at its refinery site in St. Paul Park. Six meetings (October 14, 1993, January 18, June 16, and September 14, 1994, January 24 and September 27, 1995) were held to discuss and provide information regarding the pollution problems and clean-up. The meetings were facilitated by Se...
These cases had their genesis in a bill of complaint filed with the United States Supreme Court by the state of Wisconsin in 1922, seeking an injunction to restrain the state of Illinois and the Sanitary District of Chicago from diverting water from Lake Michigan through the Chicago River into the Des Plaines River and ultimately the Mississippi. This linkage, completed in 1900, not only facilitated navigation between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River waterways system, but a...
The Twin Cities Ordnance Plant (TCOP) was established in 1941 as part of the War Department’s government-owned, contractor-operated war materials production program. Federal Cartridge Corporation (FCC) was awarded the contract to construct and operate the plant, which resided in Mounds View Township (later apportioned as the cities of Arden Hills, Mounds View, and New Brighton) and whose mailing address was New Brighton, Minnesota. Construction began August 28, 1941, and production ...
In 1979, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) contracted with the Indian Affairs Council for a program designed to provide technical assistance to Minnesota's eleven Ojibwa and Dakota tribes in their application for HUD's community development block grants (CDBG). Emily Iron Cloud-Koenen was hired as program coordinator. From the description of Technical assistance files, 1975-1985. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122426603 ...