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Legislature approves funding to continue redevelopment of Bethlehem Steel property


OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

Last week, Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon stopped by the Hamburg Senior Center to pass out flowers as a special gift ahead of Mother’s Day.

Mill and overlay work on McKinley Parkway from Willet Road to Route 20 in the Town of Hamburg
In partnership with the Erie County Sheriff’s Office will hold a free Boater Safety Course that allows boaters to meet state requirements
The additional $650,000 will remove and relocate rail tracks along Route 5
Encouraging all dog, cat and ferret owners to bring their pets to a free rabies clinic next month

Last week, the Erie County Legislature approved an additional $650,000 in funding to continue redevelopment of the former Bethlehem Steel site in Lackawanna.

The Erie County Industrial Development Agency acquired the property for $4.5 million last summer with a goal of transforming the vacant space into a clean-energy business park.

The additional $650,000 will remove and relocate rail tracks along Route 5. Once the rail tracks are removed, construction will begin on a new roadway.

“This funding is critical to continuing our progress in transforming the historic Bethlehem Steel site,” said Legislator Lynne Dixon. “Hopefully, as this project moves forward, we can bring new life to this underutilized space and promote job growth in Erie County.” 

More information on the approved funding can be found here.