Someone could have to pay for the chlorine leak that occurred at Marjorie Dodd’s property last spring.
The county said it incurred $21,895 in expenses for the emergency response.
A resolution on the County Commission’s Feb. 14 agenda asks County Attorney Tom McFarland to take the necessary steps to recover the costs.
The incident occurred on Poland Hollow Road. Officials said Dodd’s son, David, drilled a hole in a chlorine cylinder because he wanted to sell it for scrap.