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NEW YORK CITY-The city’s efforts to revitalize the Fresh Kills landfill with solar and wind power on Staten Island’s West Shore is coming closer to fruition after local officials announced that the borough is officially seeking a developer for the 75-acre site. Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway and representatives from the New York City Economic Development Corp. and the Department of Environmental Protection were on-hand on Tuesday afternoon for the official release of a request for proposals for the design, construction, installation and operation of a solar farm and wind turbines on the property.

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