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Posted on October 08 2010, 8:09am by Mark Esper
in Local News
Town seeking ideas for possible ways to revitalize Lackawanna Mill
Town officials and Silverton residents are floating some ideas on possible future uses of the Lackawanna Mill on the town’s north side.
And the Silverton Town Council agreed last week to proceed with an application for a $200,000 grant from the Environmental Protection Agency to do an assessment of the brownfield area ranging from the Lackawanna Mill to the old town dump south of the train station.
Town Planning Director David Michaelson said he sees a lot of potential in the old structure looming over the north end of Silverton.
“I’ve been very intrigued by the potential of doing something with that structure that could really put us on the map,” Michaelson said.
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