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Rep. Kresha congratulates Royalton on economic growth grant

LITTLE FALLS--Recently, the city of Royalton received a Greater Minnesota Business Development Public Infrastructure Program grant from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic.

LITTLE FALLS-Recently, the city of Royalton received a Greater Minnesota Business Development Public Infrastructure Program grant from the Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic.

The grant totals over $200,000 and will benefit the Royalton Industrial Park.

"This is a great opportunity for one of our local cities to use these state resources to bolster our economic growth, and create more good-paying jobs," said Rep. Ron Kresha, R-Little Falls, in a news release. "Congratulations to Mayor Andrea Lauer and the city of Royalton for receiving this grant. I can't wait to see how this will benefit our area going forward."

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