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But going from brownfields to greenfields is nothing other cities haven't already done.
Some villagers have taken to fencing them off and dumping rubble on them in order to keep the buffaloes away and ease future planning applications by making the sites appear to be brownfield.
Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti was in Pittsburgh, attending a three-day, national conference on brownfields that explored how communities should clean up contaminated sites and then restore the land for future economic development.
The former brownfield is now a retail hub with an Applebee’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, Rite Aid, and AutoZone as well as a Wawa.
The issue would include $30 million to buy about 35 acres of land in Butchertown for the stadium, as well as brownfield remediation and public infrastructure improvements.
Officials hope Mother Nature will help revive the plot of land that's been a brownfield site since the 2011 demolition of the Bear Brand Hosiery Co., at 205.
PA 46-50 (SB 111-115): Package of bills providing tax incentives for transformational redevelopment of large brownfield sites.
Once Gabrielino-Tongva stomping grounds, the parcel later became a thriving rail depot and, eventually, a hotly contested strip of brownfield slated for industrial development.
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