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The City of Little Falls is awarded $32,000 in investigation funding for this 7.30-acre CentraSota site

Monday, July 08, 2019

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The Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED) today awarded funding under the Contamination Cleanup and Investigation Grants Program for 15 different projects totaling more than $3,400,000.

The projects are expected to create and retain jobs and add over 200 affordable housing units.

The City of Little Falls is awarded $32,000 in investigation funding for this 7.30-acre site. Formerly used as a bulk oil station, gas station, fertilizer plant, feed warehouse and other uses. It is expected this site will be redeveloped into multifamily residential use. Matching costs will be paid by the city and the EDA.

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Category: Infrastructure, Economic Development, Community

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