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1701 The year Detroit was founded by Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac $94 million The amount of funding provided by Michigan’s Brownfield Grant and Loan Program since 1992. Funds went to 223 projects that have leveraged over $3.1 billion in private investment and created more than 17,000 permanent jobs. 3,000 Miles of Michigan shoreline. Second only to Alaska. 11,139 Number of Baseline Environmental Assessments received by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality from 1995 to present.$927,000,000 State funds committed to nearly 1,800 orphan sites for cleanup/redevelopment: 1,019 sites cleaned up 521 of completed sites prepared for redevelopment 49 abandoned landfills contained/ addressed 108 Number of local units of government to receive funding from the U.S. EPA for brownfield site redevelopment, totaling $46 million. Data on the brownfield industry is becoming available. If you have any facts, figures or statistics you would like to report, send them to us for consideration…Log In to Read Full Article

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