Just attended a useful talk by Jackson Fox from the City of Fairbanks, Engineering Department. If you've been wondering about the groundwater contamination from the Regional Fire Training Center, you can give me a call and I'll pass along the info I've learned! Also, check out a map of local sites they've determined there is and isn't contamination over and above the Lifetime Health Advisory Level on my facebook page https://www.facebook.com/sharptonrealestate/.
If you want to do more research, check out these websites:
This website https://dec.alaska.gov/spar/csp/csp-real-estate.htm is designed to help real estate professionals (agents, lenders, appraisers, title searchers, and contractors), as well as home buyers and sellers, determine if real estate they may be buying, selling, or developing is contaminated or may be at risk.
https://dec.alaska.gov/spar/csp/db_search.htm This site is more to show who's liable for cleanup.
And http://list.state.ak.us/mailman/listinfo/dec.contaminated.sites.real.estate.news is a way to signup for email alerts about contamination information and education for the state of Alaska.