Madison County is looking for more land to be cleaned up and redeveloped. The county received $400,000 from the U.S. EPA last year for the purpose of identifying historically contaminated properties, also known as brownfields.
Madison County Board Chairman Alan Dunstan tells The Big Z they recently tore down two old gas stations in Marine near Route 4 and I-70.
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Madison County Community Development serves as the lead agency on the EPA brownfield grant, and has retained a qualified environmental consultant to assist in managing and performing the activities funded by the grant.