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City gets grants for Lullabye Lot

2:20 AM, Feb. 23, 2013
Assessing the environmental problems of the Lullabye Lot, in the foreground, will be less costly to the city of Stevens Point after it received a grant worth up to $460,000.
Assessing the environmental problems of the Lullabye Lot, in the foreground, will be less costly to the city of Stevens Point after it received a grant worth up to $460,000.
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Stevens Point will get some help paying for an environmental assessment on what's known as the Lullabye Lot.

The Lullabye Lot, 1017 Third St., used to house a children's furniture manufacturing plant. The grants from the Wisconsin Brownfields Coalition could be worth up to $460,000 and will go toward examining the amount of contamination on the lot. The lot where CenterPoint MarketPlace used to stand across the street from the Lullabye Lot needs up to $720,000 to remediate ...

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