Change in state brownfields laws could stimulate development

Jan 16th, 2012 | By | Category: General

Steel Point and the other unused contaminated sites in Bridgeport could bring in as much as $50 million in property taxes, said Ed Lavernoich, the city’s deputy director in the Office of Planning and Economic Development. But before these sites can be used again, they must be scrubbed of all their pollution and meet standards set by the state.

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