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City Gets $3M Grant for Former Chrysler Site

The grant will help developers clean up the site, making it safer for the environment

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.

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