A local businessman was afraid some property he'd just bought was contaminated, but Sandusky's brownfields committee didn't have the money to help him clean it up.
City officials hope to solve that problem in the near future. They're applying this month for a $1 million revolving loan fund from the U.S. EPA.
If it gets the money, Sandusky could offer loans to residents and businesses trying to clean up their properties.
The funds might also help attract business to the city, ex officio mayor Dan Kaman said.
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