Building a park on contaminated soil?

March 31, 2008

Over in Illinois, Mayor Daley thinks that Chicago should be a green city, with two acres of open space for every 1,000 residents. The reality is that many lower-income communities lack basics such as trees and grass and don’t have the amount of land to realize that goal. In the neighborhood of Little Village, coal burning power plants have polluted the air for years. Many city officials have agreed that the area should be greener but even securing a neighborhood park has dragged on for almost a decade. Read more...

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