The City of Harmony has received a Greater Minnesota Business Development Public Infrastructure Program grant for $284,689.

The grant is for the revised Harmony Industrial Park project. According to a release from State Representative Greg Davids.

“This funding is critical to the future success of Harmony’s Industrial park, and I commend the city and state officials who worked together and made this funding reality,” Davids said, per a press release.

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According to the Minnesota Department of Economic Development and Employment, the award will provide the necessary resources for continued economic growth and enhance employment in the community and surrounding area.

As part of this agreement, Representative Davids learned that the City of Harmony's previous award of $74,547 has been cancelled.

 

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