May 13, 2014

Des Moines school officials want to build a multi-use stadium downtown at the former Dico Inc. manufacturing plant, one of the city's most environmentally troubled sites. Des Moines Register, Iowa. 4 May 2014.


May 13, 2014

Contaminant levels at 255 West St. S. in Orillia likely did not change due to this winter’s heavy snowfall, says Greg Preston, the city’s superintendent of waste management. The site is contaminated with trichloroethylene and vinyl chloride. Orillia Packet & Times, Ontario. 8 May 2014.


May 8, 2014

The California Department of Finance's approval of 25 properties as good for “government use” allowed the city of Sacramento to formally take possession of them this week, from the successor agency established when the state killed redevelopment three ...


Apr 23, 2014

While the board was considering the matter, the attorney representing the owners of the western part of the property argued against including that 2.3-acre parcel in the redevelopment area. Nilkanth LLC has preliminary approval to build three retail ...


Apr 23, 2014

Mayor Reginald Spinello said city plans to redevelop the south side could go beyond the 4.7 acre site, and city and county properties, to include an asphalt plant on Morris Avenue. “All that stuff's got to go,” Spinello said. “That's all part of what's ...


Apr 23, 2014

PANAMA CITY - City commissioners want all city-owned property on the table to tempt private investment to the Marina Redevelopment Project. Commissioners looked over a draft request forproposals Tuesday intended to gather a sense of what kind of ...


Apr 23, 2014

Local officials Wednesday hailed a $200,000 state grant that will help revitalize a Brownfields site on O’Sullivan’s Island. New Haven Register, Connecticut. 17 April 2014.



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The Bates of Maine Woolen Mill, a former industrial anchor in the city of Lewiston (pop.36, 500) in western Maine, has been transformed into a modern and bustling economic hub following years of city, state, federal, non-profit, private involvement and funding

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