In what was originally set up to be a meeting for just the media, the City of Camdenton met with concerned residents to address their concerns with the old Modine Manufacturing plant. Mayor John McNabb pointed out that there were two different issues regarding the TCE exposure, the water quality and the air quality. He says, as far as the air quality goes, that is an issue strictly being addressed by Modine, Sundstrand, and the Missouri Department of Natural Resources. He says that, with the water quality, they are working constantly to pump the Mulberry Well, which was shut down in 1999. They are now pumping water out of the well and exposing it to the air, which they say causes the TCE to dissipate. It then runs downhill to a tributary. Public Works Director Bill Jeffries says they test that system and by the time the water gets to the tributary, there is no TCE present. Mayor McNabb says there’s currently an ongoing study by DNR to place fault on the issue and, at that time, the city still has to take a position on whether or not to seek legal action for the damage that’s been done.