Plant will create 60 jobs, help Grand Lake farmers with waste removal
By Nancy Allen
MARIA STEIN - A Wisconsin company on Monday announced plans to build an $11 million plant west of Cassella that turns manure into organic fertilizer.
The 25,000-square-foot facility will be located on U.S. 127 north of state Route 119 on 10 acres of land owned by Brookside Hauling. It would create 60 direct and 180 indirect jobs. Hiring likely will start next month. [More]
CELINA - A new policy that would empower city officials to fight back against dangerous and unfit structures within the city is nearing a vote.
City council members gathered on Monday night for a community betterment committee meeting to review a proposed unsafe buildings policy assembled by safety service director Tom Hitchcock. A first reading of the ordinance that would enact the law is scheduled for 7 p.m. Monday at city hall. [More]
The Grand Lake Task Force went knocking on doors Monday in a continuing effort to get drugs off local streets. Twenty people were taken into custody, with summons to appear in court issued to two more people.