TH to extend utilities to new development
Update Sept. 3, 10:50 p.m.: A previous version of this article stated that it would cost the City of Two Harbors more than a quarter million dollars to extend utilities to a new business on County Road 26. While the project will cost over $300,000, the City of Two Harbors has received a grant of $276,000 from the Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Board to help cover the costs. The story has been updated to reflect this. The News-Chronicle regrets the error.
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