CT DECD’s Brownfield program funding increase includes cultural focus

“Connecticut is trying to up the ante on its brownfield-cleanup efforts by putting an extra $10 million in the pot over the next two years and inviting more private money to help convert these sites to apartments, cultural attractions, retail stores and commercial uses.

Tim Sullivan, deputy commissioner of the state Department of Economic and Community Development, said a bipartisan legislature during its most recent budget session voted to approve Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s plan for $40 million on brownfield remediation and development vs. $30 million that had been earmarked over the previous two years.” To continue reading, The Day – Brownfield effort gets statewide boost – News from southeastern Connecticut

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