Wal-Mart Subsidies in Waterville, ME
|Address||replaced by Supercenter|
|Type of Facility||discount store|
|Value of Subsidies||$500,000|
NarrativeThe city sold $500,000 worth of tax increment financing bonds to make infrastructure improvements for Wal-Mart. The discount store close in 2004 when a Supercenter opened across town.