when it was being over developed with shopping malls, people began to develop Uniontown in the late 1980’s. Full of pretty nice people, cows, poultry, cornfields, planned housing developments, and one of the most well hidden radioactive and chemical landfills of the 20th century.The IEL Landfill there is leaking South West at the rate of about 3 miles per year underground since 1972, when the barriers broke open, and the leachate entered the well water.Nobody in UnionTown wants to talk about the landfill anymore, but just try to buy a lot in Uniontown and see how quick you have to sign the disclosure forms are displayed. People there are either ignorant about the fact they are living on top of 1750 tons of chlorinated hydrocarbons and radium waste, or they just want it to go away and not have it mentioned anywhere online, or in public record so that their property values in the market don’t tank.
A City in NorthEast Ohio of about 25,000 people situated in between North Canton and Hartville, Ohio.Still in Stark County
Did you every hear of that place called Love Canal? Yeah, that place is a a real UnionTown, Ohio.