Dept. of Commerce: Gov. Doyle Announces Business Project in Brown County
Contact: Tony Hozeny, 608/267-9661
MADISON- Gov. Jim Doyle today announced that the Village of Denmark, Brown County, will receive a $113,250 Community Development Block Grant-Public Facilities for Economic Development (CDBG-PFED) from the Department of Commerce (Commerce). The grant will help the community construct water main to Milprint Incorporated. Milprint Incorporated prints flexible packaging for the food industry.
"My Grow Wisconsin initiative promotes business development," said Gov. Doyle. "I am pleased that this award could be used to help the Village of Denmark support the continued growth of Milprint Incorporated."
"This project will retain 148 jobs and will represent public and private investment totaling $980,700," said Commerce Secretary Cory L. Nettles.
The CDBG-PFED Program awards grants to communities that seek to provide infrastructure for a particular business development project. For further information on the CDBG-PFED Program, contact James Frymark, Commerce, at 608/266-2742.