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Guide to Leveraging Brownfield Redevelopment for Community Revitalization
Guide to Leveraging Brownfield Redevelopment for Community Revitalization (Number of pages: 53) (Publication Size: 2MB)
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|Description||This guide provides critical information for local government agencies and nongovernmental organizations interested in building community capacity to promote informed decision-making and actions to clean up and redevelop these brownfield sites. Transitioning these properties from liabilities to community assets is a complex undertaking requiring well-thought-out strategies that recognize risk, cost, and opportunity. Each brownfield is unique, but all share common considerations. This guide explores those considerations and offers a path forward
for organizations and individuals that are pursuing this community and economic development goal.
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|Keywords||outreach, real estate, insurance, financial, funding, liability, property owner, grants, environmental, loans, cleanup, assessment, Environmental Protection Agency|
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