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Brownfields

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Grants funding will help community groups to evaluate and clean up former industrial and commercial sites.

Region 5 Brownfields Program

Applicants selected to receive Recovery Act funds

Illinois | Minnesota | Ohio | Wisconsin

May 8, 2009

Illinois

Chicago Heights (2),

Rock Island, $150,000 petroleum assessment grant for at least eight area sites.

EPA Awards Recovery Act Funds to Provide Green Job Training in Chicago / Workers to clean contaminated sites and weatherize buildings, helping spur development (IL) 7/30/2009

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Minnesota

St. Paul - $200,000 hazardous substances cleanup grant to address the Bruce Vento Interpretive Center site at 293 Commercial St., and two nearby properties.

St. Paul Port Authority (4)

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Ohio

Barberton - $200,000 petroleum cleanup grant to address the Pete's Sunoco site at 496 4th St.

Coshocton Port Authority (2), a $200,000 hazardous substances assessment grant to inventory brownfields and assess 10 sites, and a $200,000 grant to conduct site assessments at properties with potential petroleum contamination.

Defiance County - $200,000 grant to inventory brownfields and assess hazardous substances at 29 sites.

Geneva - $200,000 grant to inventory brownfields and assess hazardous substances at eight sites.

Ottawa County - $200,000 grant to inventory brownfields and assess hazardous substance at 28 sites.

Sandusky - $200,000 petroleum cleanup grant to address the Sandusky Cabinets site at 513 E. Washington St. and 430 E. Market St.

Toledo (2)

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Wisconsin

Baraboo, $200,000 hazardous substances assessment grant for at least five sites.

Redevelopment Authority of the City of Milwaukee (6),

Wauwatosa (2), a $200,000 grant to assess 22 properties and a $200,000 grant to assess properties with potential petroleum contamination.

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (2), a $1 million grant to assess hazardous substances and petroleum contamination at more than 50 properties. In addition, WDNR will receive a $2 million revolving loan fund grant to support cleanup activities at brownfield sites.

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