A $350,000 State Grant to Revitalize Mount Vernon Contaminated Land

Agency - Department of Environmental Conservation

Mount Vernon will use a $350,000 state grant to revitalize contaminated brownfield around the Mount Vernon East train station.


Mount Vernon is one of the 30 communities to get a slice of a $10 million grant administered by the Department of Environmental Conservation's Brownfield Opportunity Area.

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