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Duggan said the city also plans to use $100 million over the next four years to bolster capital projects and blight remediation.
Several studies would have to be done in order to further assess the condition of the property at 111 W. Madison St., including mold remediation and the integrity of the structural frame, according to the EMG documents.
Since 2001, its mission has been to revitalize the area around the Toronto harbor through development, environmental remediation, public-transit expansion, and site-specific public projects.
When there’s systemic failure, there must be systemic remediation.
But officials don't yet have a handle on how much the new requirements will cost day cares when a problem is found and remediation is required.
In Florida, licenses are required of motor vehicle operators, barbers, mold remediation service providers, contractors in the construction industry, and many other professionals.
By targeting the right homes for remediation early, officials can prevent disease and save millions of public dollars in treatment down the line.
The residents argued, in court filings, that recent developments at the site and changes to the remediation plans should lead to them having a role in court proceedings.
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