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Federal brownfield program in question, but Connecticut’s program remains strong

05 Apr 2017 2:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Katrina Courting, Danbury News-Times (CT)

President Donald Trump has proposed sharp cuts to the federal agency that helps turn brownfields into productive properties, but Connecticut officials say that won’t keep the state from pressing forward with its own brownfield programs.

Connecticut has about 1,000 brownfields: properties that are blighted, vacant or underutilized but ripe for cleanup and redevelopment. 

Most brownfield efforts are undertaken by private owners or by municipalities. In Connecticut, the state Department of Energy and Environmental Protection oversees the regulatory components of any needed cleanup while the state Department of Economic and Community Development handles funding and redevelopment.

For the entire article, see

http://www.newstimes.com/local/article/Federal-brownfield-program-in-question-but-11044634.php

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