Wal-Mart Subsidies in Beaver Dam, WI
Store Details
City Beaver Dam
State WI
Address 115 Distribution Way
ZIP code 53916
County Dodge
Type of Facility distribution center
Year Opened 2007
Value of Subsidies about $7.7 million

Narrative
In October 2003 Beaver Dam officials signed a memorandum of understanding with Wal-Mart that called on the city to spend about $2.3 million on infrastructure improvements, including $800,000 of its own funds and $1.5 million that the city would seek to get from the state. The city also agreed to reimburse Wal-Mart $5.4 million of the purchase price for the land. Of that, $1.4 million was to be paid on or before closing, and the remainder was to be paid in 20 annual installments of $200,000. On November 10, 2005 the Madison Capital Times reported that some state prison inmates were helping in the construction of the facility.

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