Contractor pleads guilty for illegal dumping of toxic fill in Fairfield

A Monroe contractor pled guilty on Friday for his involvement in the Fairfield fill pile case.
According to Chief State's Attorney Patrick J. Griffin, Jason Julian, 54, pled guilty to multiple charges related to environmental crimes associated with contaminated material being disposed illegally at public property in Fairfield.
Julian's company was accused of operating a facility that stockpiled and processed hazardous waste. The company also illegally dumped the toxic fill material at various places in town.
Julian will be sentenced on Jan. 29.
He is the latest defendant to pled guilty in the case.
Fairfield's former CFO Robert Mayer, former DPW director Joe Michelangelo and former DPW superintendent Scott Bartlett have all pled guilty.