On Tuesday night, Mitchell Brourman, the senior environmental manager for Beazer East Inc., the Pittsburgh-based company that owns the property, led a group of a few dozen residents - many of whom live in the nearby Stephen Foster Neighborhood - around the so-called Cabot-Koppers Superfund site.
Throughout, residents peppered Brourman
with questions, and at times their frustration boiled.
explained that he
was leading the tour around the site, the first public tour since the Koppers company
ceased its operations in recent months, as a courtesy.
Because of a $500 million lawsuit against his
was going out on a limb to let the public in.
"This didn't make people in our company comfortable," he