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?

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.

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