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February 13, 2014
To help in the development of new businesses and housing on privately-owned real estate redevelopment sites with contamination concerns in specific areas of Minnesota, $8M in Brownfields funding will be available in Spring 2014 to investigate or clean up contaminants. Funding will be awarded through competitive public grant programs and is available to cities, counties and development authorities who partner with private developers on specific projects.
The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) and the Metropolitan Council invite you to attend an information session on Thursday, March 6, 2014 in Plymouth, MN to learn about public funding available.
Participants will learn about financial resources available to cleanup up sites with significant soil or groundwater contamination. Funding is also available for adaptive reuse of older existing buildings with large amounts of asbestos or lead-based paint.
The cleanup funding is awarded through competitive public grant programs and is available to cities, counties and development authorities who partner with private developers on specific projects.
Funding Available for Environmental Investigation and Cleanup Activities at Sites with:
Thursday, March 6, 10 - 11:30 a.m.
Plymouth Library Meeting Room
15700 36th Avenue North, Plymouth
See location map.
Parking: Free parking is available.
Registration: No advance registration is required.
Questions? Contact Metropolitan Council at 651-602-1054 or DEED at 651-259-7449.