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Decontamination

Schenectady lot to be cleaned up for redevelopment

A vacant lot at 37 Van Guysling Avenue in Schenectady on Thursday, July 10, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A vacant lot at 37 Van Guysling Avenue in Schenectady on Thursday, July 10, 2014.
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Contamination will be removed from an empty lot in Schenectady’s Broadway Commerce Park, paving the way for the site to be used for future development. The site at 37 Van Guysling Ave. is near a once-heavily contaminated parking lot on Broadway near Clinton Street. National Grid spent $2 million cleaning up contaminants from more than 2.5 acres of the lot, which once housed a manufacturing plant that extracted gas from coal to light homes during ...


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