Bill aims at netting Attleboro $500,000 for environmental assessment

Enviro & Legislation

ATTLEBORO — The city could be getting as much as $500,000 to assess environmental contamination on sites it hopes to develop some day.State Rep. Jim Hawkins, D-Attleboro, got an amendment passed on a bill in the state’s House of Representatives that would, if approved by the Senate and governor, supply the cash.The money would come…

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