General Electric Co. has told city and state officials that it no longer needs a new public-access helipad, taking the pressure off of them to find a suitable location for the controversial project.
When the Baker and Walsh administrations worked together just over a year ago to craft an incentive package for GE to convince the company to relocate its headquarters to Boston, a publicly funded helicopter landing facility was a prominent part of the plan.
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