The former Chrysler stamping plant's renovation project got another financial boost Saturday.
Now called the Cornerstone Business Park, the city and developers of the former plant were awarded a (CORF), according to Mayor Katherine Procop.
The grant will help the city cover costs to complete remediation and demolition activities at the 167-acre CornerStone Business Park.
CORF is a state program that provides money to communities to clean up and restore contaminated properties.
Earlier this month the city got $2.2 million through the Ohio Job Ready Sites (JRS) Grant, which prepares properties for commercial use and job creation.
Twinsburg Patch will bring you the full story on Monday.