Woonsocket nets another $300,000 to remediate contaminated buildings

WOONSOCKET WILL RECEIVE another $300,000 to help it assess the remediation needs of buildings that have been vacant for years, such as the former CNC plant at 20 Privilege St., shown here. / COURTESY CITY OF WOONSOCKET
WOONSOCKET – The city recently was awarded an additional $300,000 in federal brownfield grants to support the assessment and cleanup of several building sites affected by contamination. The funds will be used to revitalize the properties, according to Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt. Contamination has typically occurred in industrial sites due to construction materials used in the…

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