Fall River eager to lure developers to its waterfront

NATURAL PROGRESSION: Eric Poulin, chairman of the Weaver’s Cove Reuse Task Force, says city leaders may have a conversation with Hess about it selling the property originally slated for a LNG facility. / PBN PHOTO/DAVID LEVESQUE
NATURAL PROGRESSION: Eric Poulin, chairman of the Weaver’s Cove Reuse Task Force, says city leaders may have a conversation with Hess about it selling the property originally slated for a LNG facility. / PBN PHOTO/DAVID LEVESQUE
Fall River officials spent almost a decade fighting a plan by Hess to build a liquefied natural gas terminal in Mount Hope Bay. When the company abandoned the project in June, city officials started wondering what could rise from the site. In August, Mayor William Flanagan appointed a task force to study uses for the…

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