R1 Success Story: TW Dick, Gardiner, ME
A former industrial mill site along a stream that powered numerous industries in the 1800s in Gardiner, Maine, has been redeveloped into a new medical facility and housing. This successful redevelopment highlights the great potential for unused mill sites along Cobbosseecontee Stream in this city of 6,000 people just ten 10 minutes from the state capital. The City of Gardiner partnered with EPA, the state of Maine, and the Kennebec Valley Council of Governments to get the site cleaned up and ready for this exciting redevelopment while addressing the needs of the community.
Read the following Brownfields Success Story fact sheet for more information about TW Dick, Gardiner, Maine.