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Supplies are stacked to ceilings and there's a vehicle in every parking space at the Willmar Municipal Utilities. The Utilities Commission on Monday received an architects' study of space and facility needs. Tribune photo by Gary Miller

Utilities Commission receives long-range facilities study

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WILLMAR -- An architect's study says the Willmar Municipal Utilities could reduce its office and vehicle and equipment storage space needs and improve efficiency under either one of two reorganizational options.

The space reduction could be accomplished by either constructing a new combined office and service center near downtown, or construct new facilities in the industrial park.

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David Little
David Little covers the Willmar City Council, Willmar Municipal Utilities and other city news.
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