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Kingsley Co-Op Slated for Demolition

May 7, 2014

A former feed and grain co-op located on Main Street in downtown Kingsley is set to be torn down. The vacant, blighted building will be demolished with support from the Michigan Strategic Fund, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation has announced.

The Village of Kingsley has received an $81,655 Community Development Block Grant for the acquisition, demolition and removal of the building. The Village will make an anticipated contribution of $39,295, which is 33 percent of the total acquisition and blight elimination costs. The completed project will allow for future redevelopment within the downtown.

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