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Jedi Corp.

Kimberling, MO: (Aug-30-07) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources and Attorney General Jay Nixon's office filed charges against Jedi Corp., a Kimberling city developer, alleging that the company violated the Missouri Clean Water Law while clearing land for a 40-acre subdivision. Jedi Corp. is building the Tuscany Village subdivision on Joe Bald Road, north of Kimberling city in Stone County. According to the allegations, Jedi Corp. did not have a state operating permit and did not use best management practices for erosion and sediment control when clearing land for the project on Table Rock Lake.

In a settlement reached, Jedi Corp. agreed to pay $25,000 to resolve claims. The company has agreed to pay a $15,000 civil penalty to the Stone County School Fund and reimburse the state $1,000 for investigative costs. Jedi Corp. also will pay $4,000 to the James River Basin Partnership's Pump A Million Septic Tank program, which provides financial assistance to homeowners in the James River Basin Watershed to properly maintain their septic tanks and prevent discharge of water contaminants. [SPRINGFIELD BUSINESS JOURNAL: LAND PERMIT]

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Published on Sep-3-07


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