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$36 Million for Environmental Cleanup and Redevelopment of Bush Piers
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Pataki announce a total of $36 million to clean up and redevelop the Bush Terminal Piers. The funding is comprised of a $17.8 million grant to New York City by the State -- the largest grant ever awarded by the State for the remediation of a brownfield site, as well as $9 million from New York City and $8 million from the Federal Government, secured by Congresswoman Velasquez. In addition, the State will provide a $700,000 Environmental Protection Fund grant and Councilmember Gonzalez helped to provide $500,000 to help transform this site into a recreational park.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Pataki announce a total of $36 million to clean up and redevelop the Bush Terminal Piers. The funding is comprised of a $17.8 million grant to New York City by the State -- the largest grant ever awarded by the State for the remediation of a brownfield site, as well as $9 million from New York City and $8 million from the Federal Government, secured by Congresswoman Velasquez. In addition, the State will provide a $700,000 Environmental Protection Fund grant and Councilmember Gonzalez helped to provide $500,000 to help transform this site into a recreational park.
Mayor Bloomberg and Governor Pataki announce a total of $36 million to clean up and redevelop the Bush Terminal Piers. The funding is comprised of a $17.8 million grant to New York City by the State -- the largest grant ever awarded by the State for the remediation of a brownfield site, as well as $9 million from New York City and $8 million from the Federal Government, secured by Congresswoman Velasquez. In addition, the State will provide a $700,000 Environmental Protection Fund grant and Councilmember Gonzalez helped to provide $500,000 to help transform this site into a recreational park.
 
 

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