What if redevelopment opportunities are not identified?

Although specific redevelopment opportunities do not necessarily need to be spelled out in detail before some work is performed, a general plan for generating redevelopment opportunities is typically needed to obtain EPA approval to spend grant funds on assessment work. In addition, the City will seek to prioritize sites for funding under this project, based on the site's redevelopment potential and plans.

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1. What does the program offer property owners?
2. Why would property owners want to participate?
3. What are All Appropriate Inquiries?
4. What is a Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessment?
5. If I am a property owner and I participate what happens if environmental contamination is found?
6. What activities are included in cleanup/redevelopment planning?
7. What if redevelopment opportunities are not identified?
8. I am an interested property owner, who do I contact for more information?