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Riverfront clean-up gets $400K boost

EPA funds will help restore, redevelop east side

8:25 PM, Jun. 11, 2013
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A Wausau riverfront redevelopment project three years in the making got a big step up Tuesday in the form of $400,000 in federal grants.

Wausau Mayor Jim Tipple and the Environmental Protection Agency announced Tuesday that the city was awarded two $200,000 grants through the EPA's Brownfields Program, which provides direct funding to assessment and cleanup of blighted industrial property and provides revolving loans and environmental job training.

The EPA awarded one of the grants to help the city clean up hazardous chemicals at the former Hammerblow Corp. site on First Street just ...

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