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IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS AND VIDEO

Articles from The Exponent Telegram:
     Lawsuit Claims Office Now Open in Spelter
     Judge Raises Registration Payout in DuPont Suit
     DuPont Prepares Letters on Health Monitoring Program (2-9-11)
     DuPont Claims Office Receives Medical Monitoring Applicatioin Forms (4-19-11)
     1,000 Apply So Far for Medical Monitoring
     Judge Rules Two Can Take Part in DuPont Medical Monitoring
     Spelter Soil Cleanup Debated in Harrison County Courtroom (6-3-11)
     Bedell Rules on Spelter Cleanup (6-29-11)
     First Town Meetings Held in Wake of DuPont Lawsuit (7-12-11)
     Spelter Town Hall Photograph
     Town Hall Brings Together DuPont, Spelter Residents
     Spelter Area Residents Signing Up for Land, Home Cleanups (7-20-11)
     DuPont Says 3,500 Enrolled in Spelter Monitoring Plan (9-13-11)
     DuPont Settlement a Sign of True Corporate Power (10-10-11)
     Bedell Orders DuPont to Make $2.8M Initial Payment (10-25-11)
     Property Cleanup Begins in Spelter (11-2-11)
     Spelter Area Residents Beginning 30 Years of Medical Monitoring as Part of Settlement (3-19-12)
     Bids Submitted for Spelter Remediation (5-1-12)
     Judge to Rule on DuPont Spelter Smelter Cleanup Terms (5-2-12)
     Judge Issues Ruling on Spelter Cleanup (5-5-12)
     Cleanup in Spelter Class-Action Suit Slated to be Finished in 2014 (5-10-12)
     Spelter Smelter Class-Action Cleanup Begins (5-16-12)
     Spelter Smelter Settlement to Allot Monies for Families Who Relocate (5-30-12)
     County to Appeal Exclusion from DuPont Lawsuit Cleanup (6-8-12)
     CDC Rule Focus of Hearing in DuPont Class-Action (8-31-12)
     A Town Meeting was Held (9-29-12)
     DuPont Funded Property Cleanup Could be Finished by End of 2015 (9-18-14)

Property Town Hall Meeting Video:  http://web.me.com/sabeellis/TownHall2/Town_Hall_2.html


Letter to Property Owners in Zone 1A about Soil Clean-Up and House Clean-Up Program with Registration Form (6-27-11)

Letter to All Class Area Property Owners about House Clean-Up Program with Registration Form (6-27-11)

Property Clean-Up Program Fairness Hearing Video:  http://web.me.com/sabeellis/Hearing/Hearing.html

Town Hall Meeting Video:  http://web.me.com/sabeellis/TownHall/Town_Hall.html

Medical Monitoring Registration Form

Property Program Questionnaire 

Below, please find a summary of Settlement milestones for June 2015:

During the month, much was accomplished in carrying out both the Medical Monitoring Program and the Property Clean-Up Program, after timely beginning on November 1, 2011.

A. MEDICAL MONITORING PROGRAM

Important Medical Monitoring Program milestones were accomplished in June.

The finalized Agreement between the Settlement and CTIA reducing CTIA’s projected budget by almost 50% was filed with the Court on June 1, 2015, with the Court approving the Agreement by Order dated June 2, 2015. Subsequently, the resulting Court-approved Agreement was signed by the Settlement and CTIA.

B. PROPERTY CLEAN-UP PROGRAM

There are 1,156 Property Clean-Up Registration Program claims, with no additional claims being allowed due to the Court Bar Date Order signed in June 2013, except for a few late claims allowed by the Court, for good cause.

By Order dated May 1, 2012, the Court selected NCM as the clean-up contractor, and as June 2015 came to a close NCM had completed remediating 198 parcels of soil (Zone 1A only) of the 229 parcels to be remediated (86% complete) and 443 houses of the approximately 802 houses to be remediated (55% complete). All contaminated houses in Zones 1B and Zone 2 have been remediated, with the completion of these two Zones being audited in May and June 2015.

Soil remediation for the 2015 season recommenced in May 2015, and is ongoing. There are now 24 Zone 1A soil properties that are not remediated, and 4 of the incomplete soils were completed in 2014 except they have some punch list items. We project that soil remediation will be completed in 2015.

We continued to have weekly update calls with NCM and to use a web-based confidential remediation database, being updated by the Settlement, NCM and CORE (the post-remediation testing company) on a real-time basis.

C. ADDITIONAL MILESTONES

Through June 30, 2015, there have been approximately 16,684 telephone calls from Claimants to the Claims Office, and 7,755 Claims Office visits by Claimants.