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Second ‘tiny village' proposed in Minneapolis after first deemed a success

Summary by Ground News
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has granted $8 million to Minneapolis. The money will be used to remove trees on private property infested with emerald ash borer. The funding will be directed toward low-income property owners and those living in environmental justice neighborhoods. In the last decade the city has condemned roughly 16,000 trees.

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