INGHAM COUNTY, Mich. — Michigan officials say state funding will help redevelop a contaminated site in Ingham County for construction of a credit union branch.
The Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy is awarding a $370,000 brownfield redevelopment grant to the Delhi Charter Township Brownfield Redevelopment Authority for the project.
The site is the former location of a gasoline station. A leaking underground storage tank system contaminated soil and groundwater, which the grant will help pay to remove.
Michigan State University Federal Credit Union plans to build a branch office on the property.
Officials say the $5.5 million redevelopment will create 15 jobs.
Delhi Charter Township has approved a brownfield plan to help cover other environmental costs at the site.
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