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Seekonk gets grants for contaminated site

09 Aug 2017 2:28 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Joseph S. Siegel, Sun Chronicle (MA)

The town has been given a $100,000 brownfields redevelopment grant from the state to assess an industrial mill site off Maple Avenue.

The 105,000-square-foot building which had housed the Attleboro Dyeworks and Finishing Company caught fire in May 2012.

The town hopes to redevelop the property into mixed-income housing and retail space that would provide access to the Ten Mile River.

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