Land Bank, DEQ Clean Up Blighted Sites

Land Bank, DEQ Clean Up Blighted Sites

The following is an excerpt:

It takes time for a property to decline into blight. Once it reaches that state it rarely emerges quickly.

And that’s especially true if the restoration involves cleaning up toxic chemicals.

But with money and a plan, it can happen, as shown by two sites on Kalamazoo’s east side. One already looks much different than it did a few years ago. Now the other is about to see some action.

Read the full story: Land Bank, DEQ Clean Up Blighted Sites.

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