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Illinois EPA to clean up burned Grayville High building

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The old Grayville High School went up in flames around 10:00 on August 24. The old Grayville High School went up in flames around 10:00 on August 24.
WHITE CO., IL (WFIE) -

The Illinois Environmental Protection Agency says they're going to clean up the burned out Grayville High School building at no cost to the city. 

Grayville Mayor Joe Bisch tells 14 News that environmental officials inspected the site and determined it is a public health hazard.  

Now the state will pay to raze the burned building and dispose of the asbestos contamination.

Work is expected to begin by the end of the year.

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