From The Westerly Sun: New BDA owner moves away from plan for residential reuse of property
Authored by Rebecca Sibielski
WESTERLY — The buyer of the former Bradford Dyeing Association site has shifted away from plans for residential development to favor more commercial or light industrial uses.
Attorney John Dorsey, the special master in the receivership case for the property, said residential use hasn’t been ruled out entirely, but that soil tests showed a high water table that limits where a proposed sewer system could go, as well as its capacity.
“I think we’re a lot further along with the site than when we started,” Dorsey told the Town Council during a March 6 update.
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