Posted on July 27, 2015
By Kathleen Moore The Post Star
GE might leave behind some of the infrastructure it built at the Fort Edward dredging facility, in response to requests from local officials.
Local leaders hope to market the once-vacant site to businesses. It would be cheaper and easier for new commercial development to move in if the roads, utility hookups and railroad track remained.
The final decision rests with the federal
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