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Brownfield cleanup work has Springfield residents looking to the future

13 Dec 2021 2:53 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

By Adam Sullivan, WCAX TV-3 News (Burlington, VT)

Vermont is investing $25 million to clean up old contaminated properties across the state.

One of the brownfield sites is a former machine tool plant in Springfield that has sat empty for decades.

Work is ahead of schedule at the former Jones and Lamson Machine Company plant, a demolition project that in some ways represents the past present and future of this community.

“Most of the 270,000-square-foot building is no longer there,” said Bob Flint of the Springfield Regional Development Corporation.

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