Saturday, May 21, 2016

Vermont getting $800K in grants for industrial site cleanup

The federal Environmental Protection Agency is giving Vermont $800,000 in grants to clean up and redevelop old industrial sites.



  1. Bob Lombard5/21/16, 9:11 PM

    Nothing there for the Clinton Street Frittering Project! What to do.

  2. Tom Brookline5/22/16, 5:16 PM

    Looks like they funded the unnecessary additional assessment that they, the EPA, called for and the ANR demanded. At some point it would be nice if the State would just fund Springfield redeveloping the site and knock off all the planning grants and assessments.


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