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Notice of Intent to Redevelop a Brownfields Property located at:
612 West Main Avenue and 620 West Franklin Boulevard, Gastonia, Gaston County, NC.
Site Name: Trenton Cotton Mill. Brownfields Project Number: 21030-17-036
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Written comments due by Sept. 21, 2018; written requests for a public meeting should be submitted by Sept. 12, 2018. For further information, see the document. To make comments or request a public meeting, see contact information below.

Belmont, NC: Notice of Intent to Redevelop a Brownfields Property (from Gaston Gazette, Tuesday, 08/22/2017)
Site Name: Former Belmont Dyers Brownfields Project, No. 20095-16-036
The full Notice of Intent may be reviewed at Belmont Branch Library, 125 N Central Ave, Belmont, NC 28012; or at the offices of the N.C. Brownfields Program, 217 West Jones St, Raleigh, NC, or by contacting Shirley Liggins at that address, at shirley.liggins@ncdenr.gov, or at (919) 707-8383.

Written public comments may be submitted to NC Dept of Environmental Quality (DEQ) within 30 days.
Written requests for a public meeting may be submitted to DEQ within 21 days to:

    Mr Bruce Nicholson
    Brownfields Program Manager
    Division of Waste Management
    NC Department of Environmental Quality
    1646 Mail Service Center
    Raleigh, NC 27699-1646

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