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Construction of the South Dakota-based facility is expected to be complete in spring 2025.
The most recent complaints stem from two inspections in 2021, where OSHA says workers in Tea and Salem were at risk of being buried by thousands of pounds of dirt.
Minnesota health department and pollution control officials estimate the state will need to spend $12.5 billion over the next 20 years to keep up with waste and drinking water needs.
The project will address two health and safety issues in Northwood by replacing and repairing parts of the city’s sanitary sewer systems.

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The redevelopment project on the former West Elementary School site prompted concerns over the number of rentals in a neighborhood.

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