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Chip plant offers deal for Brown's Beach

Access would be trade for facility OK

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GlobalFoundries is offering to buy Brown’s Beach in Stillwater and open it to the public as part of a community benefit agreement in return for town approvals to build a second computer chip plant. The purchase could re-establish the only public swimming access to the lake. But the Malta Town Board wants another community benefit: a $5 million cash payment to go toward future road maintenance and an additional contribution to a GlobalFoundries-funded community benefit ...


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