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Federal Grant to Finalize Environmental Testing at Mariner's Marsh
 
Mayor Bloomberg announces a $270,000 EPA grant to complete environmental assessments and testing at Mariner's Marsh.  The grant is a key step in transforming the 107-acre brownfield into a revitalized park and protected open space.  The study will be finished in 2006 and will allow the City to move forward with plans for transforming 6.25 acres, fronting Richmond Terrace, into a variety of recreational uses including ball fields, playgrounds, and soccer fields, and preserving the remaining 101 acres as a natural area.  

Mayor Bloomberg announces a $270,000 EPA grant to complete environmental assessments and testing at Mariner's Marsh.  The grant is a key step in transforming the 107-acre brownfield into a revitalized park and protected open space.  The study will be finished in 2006 and will allow the City to move forward with plans for transforming 6.25 acres, fronting Richmond Terrace, into a variety of recreational uses including ball fields, playgrounds, and soccer fields, and preserving the remaining 101 acres as a natural area.
Mayor Bloomberg announces a $270,000 EPA grant to complete environmental assessments and testing at Mariner's Marsh.  The grant is a key step in transforming the 107-acre brownfield into a revitalized park and protected open space.  The study will be finished in 2006 and will allow the City to move forward with plans for transforming 6.25 acres, fronting Richmond Terrace, into a variety of recreational uses including ball fields, playgrounds, and soccer fields, and preserving the remaining 101 acres as a natural area.
Mayor Bloomberg announces a $270,000 EPA grant to complete environmental assessments and testing at Mariner's Marsh.  The grant is a key step in transforming the 107-acre brownfield into a revitalized park and protected open space.  The study will be finished in 2006 and will allow the City to move forward with plans for transforming 6.25 acres, fronting Richmond Terrace, into a variety of recreational uses including ball fields, playgrounds, and soccer fields, and preserving the remaining 101 acres as a natural area.
 

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