(Belchertown)– Close to $4 million dollars in state money is being made available to clean up the former Belchertown State School property. The Massachusetts Development Authority announced the grant this week. One-quarter of that money can be spent this year. The property is being eyed as a possible site for an 83-unit assisted living complex.
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