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8 thoughts on “Federal grant may help bring life to abandoned properties in Bremerton

  1. Wonder why the derelict properties in Gorst (Bremerton) are ALWAYS forgotten. We are constantly calling police for squatters, drug use, rats, and the poor police officers even complain that we are the forgotten stepchildren! We need something done PLEASE.

  2. What sort of contamination would be in that area between the old Merit Mart and K-Mart? Oil drippings off of parked cars?
    That is NOT the reason that area is under-used.

    There are Super Fund sites that still need cleaning / capping. To spend decontamination money on an old parking lot / shopping center seems strange.

  3. ALL SOUNDS SOOOOOOOOOOO GOOD. What strings are attached. FOLKS; Just watch what the City/County does to receive these monies. I guarantee you that it’s going to cost the people money in some way or another. We are not getting the full story. NO FREE LUNCH . These @%#$$ elected officials will figure a way the public will further get screwed. “Money for Nothing” Don’t bet on it….

  4. So they’re not content to only suck money out of the rest of the county on the latest half baked scheme to “make Bremerton great again”? Clearly a great use of federal tax money.

    1. Why would pubic money be used to make improvements to privately owned properties? These buildings need to be condemned and demolished at the owners expense. If they don’t comply I’m sure there are laws would apply. Local government action required.

  5. I am happy to see some progress towards redevelopment in East Bremerton and areas OTHER than the anointed 6 blocks downtown surrounding the Dicks Building via this grant.

    What concerns me is the current small group of “1%-er developers” who have purchased Patty Lent and most of the council’s political souls through campaign contributions and how these developers are currently lining their pockets on the backs of the city taxpayer dollars at every possible turn of the screws Patty can provide for them.

  6. Seriously though, what’s the contamination risk at Wheaton Way? What was there before the shopping center and parking lot? I know there used to be a gas station in that big parking lot (the Gull!), so maybe there are still underground storage tanks or something.

  7. Funding is “conditionally approved”? With the current political climate at the EPA, we better not spend this money until the check clears…

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