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www.wmfd.com - Mansfield has been awarded a million dollars from the state controlling board to complete a years-in-the-works environmental clean-up project. }}" />

   
 
 
Mansfield Awarded State Money For Foundry Clean-Up

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  Original Published: 7/24/2013Mansfield has been awarded a million dollars from the state controlling board to complete a years-in-the-works environmental clean-up project. The former Mansfield Foundry at 500 North Main Street closed in 2001, with the city taking ownership of it two years later. Now the site is being prepared forTown and Country Co-Op of Ashland to move in and use the site as a distribution facility for dry and liquid fertilizer products and grain. Mansfield Economic Development Director Tim Bowersock says $4-million has been spent so far, and the state money is the last funding needed. It will take two more years to complete clean-up and demolition, and Town and Country Co-Opshould begin operations by the spring of 2016.
   
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