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Owner of defunct firm in Ballston Spa seeks brownfields aid

Contamination believed from former tannery

Angelica Textile Services at 125 Bath St. Ballston Spa.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Angelica Textile Services at 125 Bath St. Ballston Spa.
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The owner of the former Angelica industrial laundry building on Bath Street is seeking state assistance in cleaning up contamination at the longtime industrial site. The site is a former leather tannery and is where Angelica had its Ballston Spa health-care laundry operations, which closed in late 2010, eliminating 100 local jobs. Angelica Textile Services of Alpharetta, Ga., has applied to the state Department of Environmental Conservation’s brownfield cleanup program for any available assistance. The ...


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