Fargo City Commission must choose developer for public health site; Hawley firm seeks help moving to city

FARGO — Efforts to net Fargo a two-fer deal on redevelopment of the former public health building in the city’s downtown have hit a wall, which means the City Commission must decide who gets to develop the site.In other news, the city is in line to be the new home of a Hawley, Minn., company that wants to relocate its manufacturing operations to the former PRx Performance building on the north side. PharmaMed Automation, Inc. , of Hawley wants to move into 2402 8th Ave. N., but hopes to tap interest buydown funding from the state.

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