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November 8th, 2004
Air Force drops $21 million check at Rentschler Field
The $21 million represents the future for the abandoned former airfield off Silver Lane, a flat empty field commercial realtors boast is the largest parcel of developable industrial land between Boston and New York.
The non-profit center will explore a number of technologies, hopefully spinning off new products and manufacturing methods in the areas of nanotechnology, lasers and fuel cell technology.
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