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ANDREWS – A solid year-ending quarterly payment from Waste Control Specialists in September pushed the county’s take to over $1 million, according to county officials. Through three quarters of the recently completed fiscal year, WCS had provided the county with $621,246 through a 5 percent surcharge on its low level radioactive waste disposal operation. The September payment amounted to just over $454,000 for a yearly total of around $1.07 million. Presently, a Legacy Fund comprised of a large chunk of WCS funds contains around $6 million, according to county officials. The majority of the WCS funds – 90 percent – ...

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Lamesa Press-Reporter

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Lamesa, TX 79331