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Great Lakes Fusion, Other Businesses Would Be Helped By New Legislation

House approves plan helping brownfield sites, including Vernon business

Posted by Uplift Shiawassee at 5:50pm 3/22/18

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The Michigan House today approved state Rep. Ben Frederick’s plan to help cleanup efforts at blighted industrial sites across the state, including one in Shiawassee County.
Frederick’s legislation updates and expands Michigan’s brownfield redevelopment law to help ensure appropriate cleanup of abandoned sites in rural areas. His plan would make the removal of manufacturing byproducts left on a site by a previous owner eligible for inclusion in remediation plans when a new owner takes over.
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$25 raffle tickets are available from Booster Board Members, in the PHS Athletic Office, from coaches and The change would benefit companies such as Great Lakes Fusion in Vernon as it seeks to clean up hundreds of tons of concrete pipe and redevelop their property for further growth and new jobs.
“We can spark more economic development if we simply update some of the definitions within Michigan’s brownfield redevelopment laws,” Frederick, of Owosso, said after the House approved his legislation. “These costs are real barriers to cleanup and redevelopment and should be accounted for as a part of our economic development offerings.”
House Bill 5283 advances to the Senate for further consideration.

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