A $1.1 million consent decree between the EPA and New Indy is proposed. The idea is being slammed.

Homeowners are criticizing a proposed consent decree reached between the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and New Indy Containerboard after regulators accused the paper mill of releasing dangerous levels of hydrogen sulfide into the air.

The York County paper mill, which is part-owned by NFL owner Robert Kraft, will face a $1.1 million fine if the consent decree is approved.

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