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Curt Spalding (left), Jon Mitchell, William Keating. Photo by Taylor Cormier/Townsquare Media
Curt Spalding (left), Jon Mitchell, William Keating. Photo by Taylor Cormier/Townsquare Media

EPA Awards New Bedford $600K in Brownfield Grants

The City of New Bedford can now begin assessment of some key investment properties that contain levels of contamination. The City has been awarded $600,000 dollars in two separate grants from the EPA to take a closer look at the former Payne Cutlery and Elco Dress site, as well as several lots along the riverwalk in the upper harbor

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Jim Phillips | TSM
Jim Phillips | TSM

EPA to Award More Funding for New Bedford Brownfield Site

Another round of funding for brownfield clean-up initiatives is being announced in New Bedford.

Mayor Jon Mitchell, Congressman William Keating, and EPA Administrator Curt Spalding will announce a $400,000 grant being awarded to the City by the EPA, to put towards clean-up efforts at the former Payne Cutlery and Elco Dress site in the near-North End

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KG Urban is the only one that will Clean The Cannon Street site?–Brian’s Beat Commentary June 11, 2015

Jim Phillips | TSM
Jim Phillips | TSM

EPA Awards $200k To New Bedford for Brownfield Redevelopment

The EPA has awarded the City of New Bedford a $200,000 grant to further clean-up efforts at a brownfield site.

The grant will go towards work at the former Payne Cutlery site at the southernmost section of Church Street

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Jim Phillips / TSM
Jim Phillips / TSM

City Receiving Grant To Clean Up Brownfields

Nearly half-a-million dollars is being handed to New Bedford to go towards cleaning up brownfield sites.

The $400,000 comes from the Environmental Protection Agency Brownfields Grants, and will be used to clean up sites associated with the former Cliftex Mill property

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Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Protection,flickr
Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Protection,flickr

Future Use of New Bedford Brownfield Sites Discussed

The City of New Bedford is continuing its effort to gather public input about future uses for so-called brownfield sites in the north end of the city. The city held another workshop on the issue Monday night.

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Two “Brownfield” Sites In New Bedford Receive Priority Cleanup Designation

The Patrick-Murray Administration has selected two "Brownfield" sites in New Bedford as priority sites for cleanup and redevelopment. 

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