U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development State Director for Minnesota Tuesday announced USDA is investing $4 million to build and improve critical community facilities to benefit nearly 9,000 rural residents.
Clinton Community Clinic in Clinton is receiving a $3,477,000 loan to build a 23,000-square-foot assisted living facility. The new facility will house 20 private units with in-room bathrooms, a commercial kitchen, dining area, gathering spaces, laundry, beauty parlor, storage and more.
USDA is investing in 94 projects through the Community Facilities Direct Loan and Grant Program in over 20 states including Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota. The investments can be used to build or upgrade a wide range of rural community facilities such as schools, libraries, clinics and public safety facilities.

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