WAYNESBORO, Va. - Waynesboro has received its first brownfields funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Regional administrator Shawn M. Garvin says the city was awarded two $200,000 grants to assess 17 potentially contaminated properties for cleanup.
Garvin says in a news release that the funding will support Waynesboro's downtown revitalization plan.
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