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Port Edwards gets $1 million state grant for former Domtar paper mill site

9:40 PM, Dec. 20, 2013
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A south Wood County community is one of six statewide to receive a collective $5.1 million in grants to help spur redevelopment on an abandoned industrial site, Gov. Scott Walker's office announced Friday.

Port Edwards will receive $1 million under the Idle Industrial Sites Redevelopment Program to help facilitate industrial development at the former Domtar Corp. paper mill site, recently renamed the Central Wisconsin Applied Research and Business Park, according to a news release from the governor's office.

"These grants will help stimulate investment and job creation on ...

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