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Michigan Company Wins Walmart BidSubmitted: 05/17/2013
Story By Lex Gray

MERRILL - Micco Construction out of Pontiac, Michigan won the bid to build a new Super Walmart in Merrill.

Workers have surveyed and staked out the site to start working on the store.

Construction should start sometime after June 1.

The Highway 64-Pine Ridge Avenue intersection also has to be rebuilt.

That will start sometime after July 4th and finish up in the fall. Work on the store will go through winter.




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