Wisconsin issues $1.7-million loan for freight spur project

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MADISON, Wis. — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is issuing a $1.7-million loan to ProVision Partners Co-op to build a nearly 6,300-foot-long rail spur at their Auburndale, Wis., grain facility. The construction project is part of a $24-million expansion project to boost infrastructure at their grain elevator and fertilizer storage facility.

The loan was appropriated through the state’s freight railroad infrastructure improvement program. It is one of two freight railroad assistance programs administered by the state.

ProVision Partners Co-op is a combination of grain-processing businesses based in Colby, Unity, and Pittsville, Wis., areas.

Canadian National will serve the new facility.

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