Photos and records from the Madison Heights business at the center of the toxic ooze investigation reveal the building was deemed unsafe years ago due to a complete mess ...
The city wants him to demolish the building after the EPA ordered him to pay $1.5 million for cleanup costs.
Officials provided an update to Madison Heights residents Monday night regarding the investigation spurred by a toxic substance found on the freeway last year.
Test results released Friday show that drinking water in Madison Heights is not contaminated.
EPA crews are taking various soil samples to determine if any contaminants have traveled south of the building owned by Gary Sayers.
Lawmakers and officials demanded answers as to why a Madison Heights businessman was able to operate for so long with a list of violations against him.
A State House committee is investigating how the Madison Heights contamination situation went on as long as it did.