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410 Main Street • Emlenton, PA 16373 ~ 724-867-1112 MCIA is pleased to announce the 2003 Intelligence Marines of the Year Award winners. The nominations were all well deserving of the award. Receiving the MCIA, Intelligence “Civilian of the Year” Award was given to Mr. Robert D. Ketner - II MEF/MCLC, SPAWAR. Mr. Ketner is the son of Robert D. Ketner and the late Marilyn Ketner and step son of Elaine Platt Ketner of Foxburg. He is also a 1978 graduate of A-C Valley High School, Foxburg. Ketner and his wife Molly live on the Marine Base in Richland, North Carolina. Joining Ketner as 2003 MCIA Intelligence Marine of the Year award winners were: The Sgt. Charles C. Arndt Award for Intelligence NCO of the Year was awarded to Sgt Kevin L. Holcomb - HET 16 (TF Tarawa), 2nd Intel Bn. The MGySgt Samuel C. Plott Award for Intelligence SNCO of the Year recipient was Gy. Sgt. James L. Clements- 24th MEU (SOC). The Lt. Col. Michael D. Kuszewski Award for Marine Intelligence Officer of the Year was given to Maj. Joseph F. Paschall 24th MEU SOC). The Lt. Col. Wayne B. Mason Award for Intelligence Instructor of the Year award was received by Maj. Robert S. Ferguson - NMITC. The Marine Corps Intelligence Association Inc., Literary Award recipient was Captain Jeffrey N.

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Crompton Corp. Agrees To Pay $4.5 M For Water Clean-Up
By Leroy Andre

Crompton Corp., present owners of the former Witco Chemical Corp., Petrolia, has agreed to pay $4.5 million, as a responsible party to the contamination of water in the Petroleum Valley. The money will be used to assist in the cleanup of the Bear Creek Area Chemical Site and to help a new public water system for the polluted sites. Kelly Burch, Regional Director for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), in announcing the agreement, said that it is the second negotiated settlement with responsible parties as they continue their work in the issues involved. “This agreement has Crompton paying its fair share to provide clean drinking water and help clean up the disposal areas. Besides the financial settlement, Crompton has agreed to continue remediation at its Petroleum Valley plant under the Pennsylvania Land Recycling Program,” Burch said. He added that the agreement is in the best interest of all state taxpayers, especially the people whose

lives have been disrupted by the contamination at the site. Notice of the agreement will be published within the next two weeks, and will open a 60-day public comment period. Those desiring to make comments should contact Chuck Tordella, DEP Bear Creek Chemical Site Project Manager, at 814332-6648, or ctordell@state.pa.us. Unless comments demonstrate that the agreement is inappropriate, the agreement will become effective after the 69 day comment period. Through the Bear Creak Area Chemical Site project, a proposed public water system would provide drinking water for more than 800 homes, business and institutions in the impacted area of northeastern Butler County and Northwestern Armstrong County. DEP is currently negotiating with local water authorities to design, build and operate the new water system. As the cleanup and water replacement project move forward, DEP will seek reimbursement from other responsible parties. The Bear Creek Chemical Site includes at BLACK FOREST RESTAURANT UND BIER HAUS
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least 24 locations where industrial waste has either been documented or is suspected to have been disposed, The waste was dumped from the 1950s to the 1970s in various areas of Fairview, Parker and Concord Townships, in Butler County, and Perry Township in Armstrong County. Frances Spitzer, now deceased, and others transported wastes from Witco Chemical Corp, now Crompton, and other companies were contributors to the waste disposal. DEP is providing bottled water to nearly 1,000 homes and businesses in the area after tests showed that the waste site contaminated ground water and water wells. In March 2002, DEP announced that it was taking immediate action to have the sites cleaned up. In addition to construction of the water system, DEP has assigned several of its contractors to investigate and perform remedial work at the disposal areas as part of the project.
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ACV Graduate Awarded as one of the MCIA Intelligence Marine of the Year Recipients

The MCIA Intelligence Marine of the Year Award winners, left to right: Capt Takle, Maj Ferguson, GySgt Clements, Maj Paschall, Sgt Holcomb and Mr. Robert Ketner. Takle for his article “The Intelligence Plan: A Three Legged Chair”, published in the February 02 issue of the Marine Corps Gazette. The Marine Corps Intelligence Association annually selects by committee review, Intelligence Marines of the Year from active duty and reserve Marines who have been nominated by their command for specific achievements and contributions to the Marine Corps intelligence field during the previous year. The categories are: The LtCol Michael D. Kuszewski Award for Intelligence Officer of the Year; The MGySgt

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Samuel C. Plott Intelligence Award for Intelligence SNCO of the Year; The Sgt. Charles C. Arndt Award for Intelligence NCO of the Year; The MCIA Award for Intelligence Civilian of the Year; The LtCol Wayne B. Mason Award for Intelligence Instructor of the Year. Additionally, The MCIA present the Marine Corps Intelligence Association Literary Award for a competitively selected article relating to intelligence that has been published in a recognized military journal. In addition to an appropriate commemorative plaque, each award includes a $400 endowment.

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