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Council formed to reimagine former Shenango site

22 Jul 2019 5:37 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Sam Bojarski, Sewickley Herald (PA)

An advisory council composed of regional stakeholders are meeting to determine the future of the former Shenango Coke Works on Neville Island. Operations ceased on the 50-acre development in early 2016.

With the help of grant funding, the nonprofit Delta Institute is facilitating the Shenango Reimagined Advisory Council. The volunteer body consists of local leaders who will craft guiding principles and use public input to guide future use of the brownfield site. The property is currently owned by DTE Energy.

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