Local governments say new $ 650 million deal with Bayer sets fund schedule

By Craig Clough (March 22, 2021, 7:47 p.m. EDT) – Local governments suing Bayer Ag over alleged Monsanto waterway contamination on Friday filed a new preliminary settlement motion with a California federal judge, saying they had addressed issues it found in a previous agreement, including the delay in accessing clean-up funds if communities discover PCBs with the money provided by the settlement.

The proposed settlement includes funds for more than 2,500 local communities to test for PCBs, and allows communities to have a full year to apply for settlement clean-up funds if they discover contaminants in their waterways. instead of the 65 days previously proposed for the United States District Judge …

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