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A state agency responsible for checking the safety of propane and other liquefied petroleum gas facilities rarely fined operators even when they repeatedly violated regulations, according to an audit released Thursday.
Inspectors for the standards division of the state Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services found 7,466 violations representing potential threats to public health and safety in the year after October 2009 ...
While the Agriculture Department could have assessed fines of up to $2.5 million, it instead hit two facilities with fines totaling $7,100 ...
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