Kraft Foods will complete the cleanup of tons of used hot dog casings from a rural Boone County site and remove them to a compost site for prooer disposal. The cleanup is part of a $2.2-million agreement that resolves not only allegations brought against Kraft by the Attorney General’s Office for environmental violations, but also an ongoing legal dispute involving more than $1-million in recycling tax credits and refunds received or claimed by Kraft. At issue were hot dog casings used at the company’s Columbia facility during the manufacturing process and subsequently disposed of in ravines on a farm in southwestern Boone County near McBaine from the mid- to late-1990s.