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Project Details
Quality of Life
Brownfield Remediation/Fill and Cap - Former Apvion Treatment Plant
The project will remediate, fill and cap the 28 acre brownfield site that is the former wastewater treatment plant for the Appvion Paper Company in West Carrrollton. The city of West Carrrollton owns the site, which is along the Miami River, directly adjacent to the River District Whitewater Park that is being developed by te City. The project will fund the remediation of the site and develop a campground, adventure park and amenities as a part of the River District Whitewater Park.
Organization Details
City of West Carrollton
300 E. Central Ave.
West Carrollton, Ohio. 45449
Ohio
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Government
Organization Contact Details
Brad Townsend
City Manage
City of West Carrollton
937-859-5183
300 E. Central Ave.
West Carrollton, Ohio. 45449
Montgomey
Mike Lucking, City of West Carrollton, 937-847-4643
mlucking@westcarrollton.org

Joe Tuss, JT Development Consulting, 937-623-8276
joe@jtdevelopmentconsulting.com
Location Details
West Carrollton
Montgomery
Ohio 10th
Financial Details
6000000
7500000
1500000 City of West Carrollton
Construction or Capital
Yes
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Within the next 6-12 months
Environmental Protection Agency, Brownfield Remediation and Clean Up
Community Details
This brownfield site is adjacent to the Great Miami River, is on the Great Miami River aquifer that provides drinking water to West Carrollton and surrounding communities, and in its current state, negatively impacts the community and housing that is directly adjacent. The City of West Carrollton accepted ownership of the site to clean up the site, anticipates participating in the Ohio EPA Voluntary Action Program (VAP) and will redevelop it as a community asset for recreational activities. With the develppment of the $75 Million River District and the Whitewater Park, the site has the unique potential to be the western anchor for a regional hub of river focused recreational activities that include whitewater surfing and kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, outdoor adventure park activities, biking and camping.
Yes. The City of West Carrollton currrently has $3.0 M earmarked for the development of the whitewater park portion of the River District project. The funding sponsor is Congressman Michael R. Turner.
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Additional Details
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Joseph P Tuss
937-623-8276
joe@jtdevelopmentconsulting.com
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