New Albany to provide grants for brownfields studies; City says program could encourage development, by Daniel Suddeath (N and T)
NEW ALBANY — Brownfields doesn’t have to be a dirty word.
In general terms, a property is considered a brownfields site if it had previously been developed. Typically before a new development can occur on a brownfields site, studies have to be performed to determine if there’s any contamination on the property.
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Riverfront Development three-way alcohol permits now to include gratis brownfield studies.
Just kidding. Why is it the phrase "community garden" keeps popping into my head?