Local environmentalists aren't happy with the fine print of a settlement between the E-P-A and AVX Corp. to speed up the removal of pcb's from New Bedford Harbor.  Under the settlment, AVX will pay $366 million, an amount that city officials say will cut the cleanup time from 40 years to about seven years.  Under the E-P-A plan, the contaminated sediment will be buried in so-called cad cells in the lower harbor and along the shoreline.  Activist Karen Vilandry says the E-P-A should have held out for more money, to transport the sediment out of New Bedford...

Ed Riveira of the Hands Across The River Coaltion says the EPA had estimated a seven year cleanup would cost more than $500 million, and the $366 million settlement seems to fall way short that.