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Tecumseh Phase III

Site Numbers: C915199E and C915199F

Digital Files

Brownfield Cleanup Program

New York's BCP encourages the voluntary cleanup of contaminated properties known as "brownfields" so that they can be reused and redeveloped. These uses include recreation, housing, business or other uses. A brownfield is any real property that is difficult to reuse or redevelop because of the presence or potential presence of contamination.

Where to Find Information

Project documents are available for review at the following locations to help the public stay informed.

Lackawanna Public Library
560 Ridge Road
Lackawanna NY 14218
(716) 823-0630

NYS DEC Region 9 Office
270 Michigan Avenue
Buffalo NY 14203
(716) 851-7220
(Call for appointment)

Who to Contact

Public interest in this project is valued and appreciated. Project documents are available at the following location to help the public stay informed. You may also view electronic versions of project documents in the Digital Files section above (if available). Large documents may be abbreviated to meet DEC's file size requirements for posting to the website. Hard copies of full project documents are available at the listed locations.

Project-Related Questions
Maurice Moore
NYS DEC, Region 9
270 Michigan Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14203
(716) 851-7220
maurice.moore@dec.ny.gov
(Call for appointment)

Site-Related Health Questions
Matthew Forcucci
NYS DOH
584 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14202
(716) 847-4385
beei@health.ny.gov

Construction-Related Questions
Thomas Forbes, P.E.
Turnkey Environmental Restoration, LLC
2558 Hamburg Turnpike, Suite #300
Buffalo, NY 14218
(716) 856-0599
TForbes@benchmarkturnkey.com

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