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Gov. Baker Praises Mill Conversion Project

The largest brownfields mill redevelopment in New England is said to be ahead of schedule. Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker visited the project in Ludlow Thursday. Baker helped cut a ceremonial red ribbon to mark the formal opening of 75 apartments in a formerly vacant 110-year-old brick building that is part of the Ludlow Mills Preservation…

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US Rep. Richard Neal Touring Ludlow Mills Complex

LUDLOW — ‘Westmass Area Development Corporation has done a tremendous job on this project,’ US Rep. Richard Neal says while touring Ludlow Mills complex. The conversion of a formerly vacant mill building into 75 apartments for residents age 50 or older is “incredibly impressive,” U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield, said after a recent tour…

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State Rep. Tom Petrolati talks up Ludlow Mills

LUDLOW — State Rep. Thomas M. Petrolati has been a key supporter of the Ludlow Mills Preservation and Redevelopment project since its inception, which is why he is so excited about the progress that has been made at the 170-acre site between State Street and the Chicopee River. See more at Masslive.com

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Town awarded technical assistance funding for Ludlow Mills

LUDLOW — Brownfields clean up promotes economic development. Ludlow – More than a dozen communities including Ludlow will be given 17 awards totaling $4.9 million for brownfield site revitalization and technical assistance from the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). These communities area among 172 across the country to receive EPA brownfields funding. The town of…

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Ludlow Builds Off Mill Project’s Momentum

BusinessWest Doug Stefancik says Ludlow’s status as a safe, clean, middle-income community makes it an attractive spot to live or do business. When it comes to economic development in Ludlow, the sprawling project known as Ludlow Mills has been the lead story for several years. See more on BusinessWest

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MassWorks Grant Funds Ludlow Riverwalk Improvements

Massachusetts will fund enhancements to a riverwalk project in Ludlow that is part of the largest brownfields mill redevelopment in New England. The town of Ludlow has officially signed an agreement with the state to accept a $429,500 grant from the MassWorks program. It will be used for lighting, benches, signage explaining the history of…

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