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    1. Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Tim Murray tours Easthampton's Oliver Street landfill solar array, now under construction

      Massachusetts Lt. Gov. Tim Murray tours Easthampton's Oliver Street landfill solar array, now under construction
      Mayor Michael A. Tautznik led state officials, including Lt. Gov. Timothy P. Murray, on a walking tour of the Oliver Street landfill solar array on Thursday and garnered praise for having the first such project under construction in the state.
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    2. State awards WiredWest $50,000 grant for work to bring high-speed Internet access to 47 Western Massachusetts towns

      State awards WiredWest $50,000 grant for work to bring high-speed Internet access to 47 Western Massachusetts towns
      The Massachusetts Broadband Institute has awarded WiredWest a $50,000 grant to help bring high-speed Internet service into 27,000 homes, 3,000 businesses and dozens of community institutions in the consortium’s 47 charter towns.
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    3. Springfield's Union Station project 1 of 3 locally to win federal 'brownfields' grant

      Springfield's Union Station project 1 of 3 locally to win federal 'brownfields' grant
      A $70 million reconstruction project is set to begin in the summer of 2012. Called brownfields grants, the funds help “communities to assess, cleanup and redevelop abandoned or contaminated properties ... to protect health and the environment, create jobs and promote economic re-development,” the EPA said in a press release.
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    4. Western Massachusetts towns work to upgrade broadband Internet access

      Western Massachusetts towns work to upgrade broadband Internet access
      Sixteen towns in Franklin County, seven in Hampshire, three in Hampden and 21 in Berkshire have banded together to create a cooperative they are calling WiredWest, which plans to build and operate a community-owned, open-access broadband network in the member towns.
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