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City gets $600,000 for environmental assessments, workforce housing

By Bob Conrad
The parking lot across from the Aces stadium is proposed to be developed as part of a $600,000 grant from the federal government.

Environmental assessments and mixed-income housing are part of a plan by the City of Reno to leverage $600,000 in federal grant dollars. Three projects along the train tracks through town are proposed to be developed into more than 1,200 new residential units and commercial and office space.

“Reno’s economy has been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Ren…

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