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WILLMAR INDUSTRIAL PARK

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Willmar City Council on Monday supported moving forward with a state grant application to make nearly $950,000 in improvements to Minnesota Highway 40, which will facilitate the development of a $40 million project in the city's industrial park.
Willmar City Council is being asked to consider approval of a Transportation and Economic Development grant at its Aug. 1 meeting.
The Willmar City Council this week adopted the first of many expected amendments to its zoning ordinance in order to make it more clear and concise. The council on Monday also adopted a text amendment regarding the location of brewpubs within the city.
CNH Industrial has bought the Buhler building and is renovating it to be a receiving and warehouse facility for the company.
The Willmar City Council approved an early access agreement with Nexyst 360, an agricultural distribution company that wants to purchase 137 acres in the Willmar Industrial Park. The agreement would allow Nexyst 360 to begin developer activities such as surveys, environmental assessments and soil investigations prior to any land sale being completed.
While there is practically no information publicly available about a possible end user, someone is interested in purchasing more than 50 acres in the Willmar Industrial Park. The Willmar City Council met in two closed sessions at the end of Monday's meeting to discuss the land sale along with a possible land purchase.

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The Willmar City Council gave its Planning and Development staff the OK to continue working with VIBRANT Broadband on a project would bring fiber broadband into the city's Industrial Park. The city could then build off that backbone to offer fiber to homes across the city.
The Cards girls finish behind first-place Rocori and get firsts from Quinn, Eilers and 4X800 relay. The Cards' boys finish behind first-place Brainerd and get a first from Sully Anez.
At its scheduled meeting Monday, the Willmar City Council will consider and award bids and plans for various street and utility projects.

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