EPA Awards Brownfield Grant to Michigan City, Ind. to Assess and Clean Up Contaminated Properties and Promote Economic Redevelopment


Posted on: April 27th, 2018 by [email protected] 1 Comment

At an event with Mayor Ron Meer and Indiana Finance Director Dan Huge at Millennium Park, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that the Michigan City Sanitary District will receive a $600,000 Brownfields environmental Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund, and Cleanup grant. This grant will fund environmental investigations of properties throughout the city. EPA’s grant is made in partnership with the Michigan City Redevelopment Commission to continue the redevelopment of recreational areas near Trail Creek and promote job creation by reclaiming former industrial properties in the Monon Corridor. According to the EPA, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt said the program, “expands the ability of communities to recycle vacant and abandoned properties for new, productive reuses, using existing infrastructure.” For more information on EPA’s Brownfields program check outepa.gov/brownfields .



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