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July 3, 2013

State money puts Millyard project back on track

But funding problems loom ahead


Kezer said he is optimistic that the remaining clean-up funds will be secured in a timely manner, and he expects the city’s relationship with the Patrick administration and other state officials through the Brownfield Support Team will help in the city’s search for outside funding.

He also expressed gratitude to state Rep. Michael Costello, D-Newburyport, and District 2 City Councilor Christian Scorzoni, who he said were both instrumental in helping Amesbury secure the state funding to move the Heritage Park project forward.

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