Never mind about that helipad, GE tells Boston

The logo of General Electric is pictured at the 26th World Gas Conference in Paris, France, in a June 2, 2015 file photo. General Electric Co said on Wednesday it will move its global headquarters to Boston and sell its offices in Fairfield, Connecticut, and Rockefeller Plaza in New York City. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier/Files Benoit Tessier / Reuters

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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