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WEDC provided $417,250 toward $1.5 million in planned site improvements on the long-vacant Milk Page site. The project will allow the adjacent Merrill Equipment Company to expand, address environmental concerns, create additional commercial acreage within city limits, and connect downtown to a regional trail system along the river.

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WEDC awarded Muskego $500,000 toward the $3 million redevelopment of the long-vacant Parkland Mall property. Ultimately the property, located at a key intersection within the city, will be home to the $24 million Parkland Towne Center development, which will include a Sendik’s grocery, 90 units of housing and 53,000 square feet of additional commercial space.

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WEDC contributed $1 million toward the $35 million redevelopment of the former Beloit Corp. facility into the Ironworks office/tech park. The project began in 2002, and includes the conversion of multiple plant buildings into high-tech office space as well as site improvements such as creation of a spine road, pedestrian bridge across the river and public art projects.

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WEDC contributed $250,000 toward a $2.3 million project to address floodplain issues and accommodate road expansion needs in downtown Cross Plains. Additionally, the changes created opportunities for Kalscheur Dodge, a fixture in the community for 103 years, to double its square footage. As part of the expansion, the dealership added 20 jobs. An additional shared parking lot will facilitate redevelopment of adjacent structures, which previously had no dedicated parking.

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