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  • In the Clear

    Posted on September 12th, 2011 admin No comments

    The closing and consolidation of steel plants throughout the United States was a source of economic turmoil in terms of job losses and negative economic impact, particularly at the local level in traditional mill towns. As some of these plants have been decommissioned and razed, though, the property on which they once operated is finding new life as land prime for new development. Examples of this include the 2,400-acre Keystone Industrial Port Complex, located 20 miles north of Philadelphia at what was once U.S

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