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Continued: Zero-waste community may sprout in St. Louis Park

  • Article by: MARY JANE SMETANKA , Star Tribune
  • Last update: April 7, 2014 - 5:17 AM

Velasco said he hopes the development is underway in about 18 months.

“There may be barriers to keep it from happening,” he said. “This is the early stages, but we’ve been working really hard on it.”

 

Mary Jane Smetanka • 612-673-7380

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