|From:||Bruce Klafter <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||10 Jun 1998 16:03:38|
|Subject:||"MOM AND POP" BROWNFIELDS -Reply|
Subject: Re: Re: "MOM AND POP" BROWNFIELDS -Reply Lenny's comment raise two questions in my mind: 1. Will live/work type development hinder some projects by leading to a need for residential cleanup standards vs. commercial/industrial? 2. Small business owners will need to be educated about how to structure these transactions. Larger companies (real estate concerns, etc.) typically protect themselves by setting up limited liability companies, subsidiaries, etc. along with the regulatory devices (comfort letters, PPAs, etc.). Are small businesspeople comfortable enough with environmental liability to undertake these projects?
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