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241641
5525 VT Route 100 HYDE PARK, VT 05655
.32
01100425
44.67064005412886 / -72.59936162629114
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Property Progress


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CAs Associated with this Property

CA NameCA #StateTypeAnnouncement Year
Northeastern Vermont Development AssociationBF00A00480VTAssessment2018


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Assessment Activities at this Property

ActivityEPA FundingStart DateCompletion DateCAAccomplishment Counted?Counted When?
Phase II Environmental Assessment$20,919.0004/02/202007/23/2020Northeastern Vermont Development AssociationYFY21


Is Cleanup Necessary? No
EPA Assessment Funding: $20,919.00
Leveraged Funding:
Total Funding: $20,919.00


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Contaminants and Media


Chromium (Cr)
Copper (Cu)
Lead
Nickel (Ni)
Other Metals
Petroleum Products
SVOCs
VOCs
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up
Ground Water
Soil
NOT Cleaned up
NOT Cleaned up

Cleanup Activities

Start DateEPA FundingCompletion DateCAAccomplishment Counted?Cleanup Documentation
   Northeastern Vermont Development AssociationNo 


Cleanup/Treatment Implemented: N
Cleanup/Treatement Categories:
Addl Cleanup/Treatment info:
Address of Data Source:
Total ACRES Cleaned Up: .32
Number of Cleanup Jobs Leveraged: 0
EPA Cleanup Funding:
Leveraged Funding:
Cost Share Funding:
Total Funding: $0.00


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Institutional and Engineering Controls

No
No


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Redevelopment and Other Leveraged Accomplishments

Start DateLeveraged FundingCACompletion Date
  Northeastern Vermont Development Association 


Number of Redevelopment Jobs Leveraged:
Actual Acreage of Greenspace Created:
Leveraged Funding:


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Additional Property Attributes

The Town of Hyde Park plans to lease a portion of the property to use as a parking lot for the adjoining Grange Hall. The Site includes one, 1,707 square-foot, two-story residential dwelling with two detached sheds. The Site is generally flat with a steep bank to the Gihon River on the northwest portion of the Site. The Site is served by municipal water and has a leach field for onsite wastewater disposal. Remnants of a former automotive service garage, including the building foundation and concrete slab, are located to the north of the residential dwelling. The Site was initially developed in 1860s as a hotel. In the early 1900s, a detached garage was constructed and used initially by a sleigh business, constructing and painting sleighs, and later painting automobiles in the late 1920s. The Site was used for automotive service from the mid-1940s until the early 1980s under a business known as Stewart’s Garage. The automotive service garage also sold gasoline from the mid-1940s until the late 1980s. A three-bay, automotive service garage was previously located on the northern portion of the Site. One of the bays was originally constructed as a two-story barn with a stone foundation and wood floor in the 1900s; this portion of the garage building collapsed in the early 2000s. The remaining two bays were constructed as a one-story garage building with a poured concrete slab constructed in the 1950s. This portion was demolished in the early 2000s. The stone foundation and concrete slab remain on the Site. Two gasoline pumps were previously located in the gravel driveway entrance along with two gasoline underground storage tanks (USTs) located northwest of the gas pumps. The gasoline pumps and tanks were located northeast of the current residential building. A kerosene UST was located southwest of the garage. The size of the kerosene UST is unknown. All USTs were removed by the fuel provider, Jack F. Corse, Inc. of Cambridge, Vermont in the late 1980s (approximately 1988). The Site may have had an older generation of USTs when the fuel distributor for the gasoline station changed from Esso to Shell in the 1970s. The size, number, and location of the first generation of tanks
Commercial (.16) Residential (.16)
Petroleum


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