Bowitch Explains Brownfield Opportunities Area Grant Program at BOA Kick Off Meeting in Massena New York

BOA grant will help create a vision for former GM site

Members of the North Country Redevelopment Task Force met Thursday to officially kick off the Brownfield Opportunities Area grant it received from the Department of State to help develop a vision for the site of the community’s former GM plant.

“It’s a big day for us with the kick-off of the Brownfield Opportunities Area grant,” said Task Force Chairman Anthony J. “Tony” Arquiett, who also serves on the St. Lawrence County Legislature.

Explaining the grant program were Gary S. Bowitch, the attorney representing the task force and David MacLeod from the Department of State... (Read full article at WaterTown Daily News or the pdf)

Originally published by the Watertown Daily Times on February 21, 2014


North Country Revelopment Task Force, RACER to gather community input on former GM site

The community will have a say in crafting a vision for the former General Motors site, Gary Bowitch, an environmental attorney for St. Lawrence County and the North Country Revelopment Task Force said Thursday.

The format has yet to be determined, whether it will be through public forums or online.“There are lots of different tools to solicit public feedback,” Bowitch said.  (Read full article at WaterTown Daily News or the pdf)

Originally published by North Country This Week on February 21, 2014

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