"Focus: Building & Real Estate" piece on Corinna, which is in the midst of redev
"Focus: Building & Real Estate" piece on Corinna, which is in the midst of redeveloping its downtown after years spent cleaning up the contaminated site of the former Eastland Woolen Mill, an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Superfund site. The mill has been razed, Main Street has been moved, and the Sebasticook River has been rerouted to help the EPA deal with the hazardous waste cleanup process. The town is hoping to redevelop about 25 acres of riverfront land. But so far Corundel Commons, a senior housing facility, is the only new development in the downtown area. With a related article on Corinna's historic Odd Fellows Hall, which was moved in 2000 during the cleanup.
Corinna, Planning, Environmental protection
Smith, Taylor, ""Focus: Building & Real Estate" piece on Corinna, which is in the midst of redev" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3636.
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