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An aerial view shows the roundtable on the Milwaukee Road Heritage Center and Museum grounds on the south end of downtown Montevideo. Submitted photo

Montevideo City Council members ponder relative values of heritage center and facility for custom-building rail cars

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MONTEVIDEO — History and economic development collided in Montevideo over a rail yard, but City Council members still hold hope of avoiding an absolute wreck.

They asked Kevin Wald, CEO of Spec Sys, to continue working with the city on the possibility of developing a facility for custom-building rail cars in or near the city, but preferably at a site other than the Milwaukee Road Heritage Center and Museum.

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Tom Cherveny
Tom Cherveny is a regional and outdoor reporter with the West Central Tribune in Willmar, MN.
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