Calumet City receives grant of nearly $3.4 million to improve industrial park

A nearly $3.4 million federal grant for Calumet City will help businesses such as HB Taylor Co.

Calumet City plans to use the grant money to improve streets as well as water and sewer lines in the industrial park, which will ultimately help HB Taylor’s expansion, said Martin Ives, the company’s vice president and general manager. The company owns eight acres in the industrial park, but much of it has poor drainage which needs to be addressed before an expansion can take place, he said…Please click here to read Mike Nolan’s story in the Tribune/Daily Southtown.

Related press release: Federal government invests $3.3 M to provide critical infrastructure improvements to expand industrial site in Calumet City, Illinois, Opportunity Zone

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