Active History on the Grand: Greenwich Mohawk Site and Community History | ActiveHistory.ca

June 19, 2011 at 8:50 am Leave a comment

“The Greenwich Mohawk site represents this history, from booming industrial hub to abandoned contaminated factory site.  At 52 acres it is the largest of Brantford’s brownfields.  For twenty-five years the Greenwich-Mohawk brownfield has loomed large in the community’s conscience as a horrible memory of Brantford’s industrial decay, and as a symbol of Brantford’s current problems and difficulties in moving forward.”

Active History on the Grand: Greenwich Mohawk Site and Community History | ActiveHistory.ca.

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