The redevelopment of Sibley Mill could have a price tag of around $3 million. Leaders say they hope the development would pay for itself in four years. (WRDW-TV / Nov. 21, 2011)
Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013
GEORGIA (WRDW) -- Augusta Canal Authority is holding a public meeting to discuss plans for Sibley Mill tonight at 6.
The Augusta Canal Authority is holding a public meeting tonight to get feedback from plans for Sibley Mill. The meeting be reviewing their Brownfields Cleanup Grant Application and other plans that will be submitted to the EPA.
If you are interested the meeting will be at tonight at 6 at The Cotton Room at Enterprise Mill, 1450 Greene Street in Augusta.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, the application will be available on the Canal Authority's website or at their office from Dec. 18 to Jan. 17.
The application and any comments will be sent to the EPA on Jan. 22.
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