|From:||"M. Taylor" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Thu, 27 May 1999 11:18:06 -0700 (PDT)|
For some time there has been discussion about the plight of urban poor when property values rise. Brownfields redevelopment adds to that pressure when the real estate value is encumbered by remediation costs-you have to try to develop for the highest use value-to recoop costs. Has anyone seen this successfully resolved where the resident community is not forced out but is able to obtain benefits from the redevelopment? Michael Taylor -- Michael B. Taylor Vita Nuova 97 Head of Meadow Newtown, CT 06470 Phone: 203/270-3413 Fax: 203/270-3422 TaylorM@pcnet.com
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