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Wednesday, 11 July 2012 13:25

Snowmelt system rebate coming to Monroe Center property owners

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GRAND RAPIDS – More than 75 Monroe Center property owners between Division and Pearl Streets will get a rebate check from the Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority.

The rebates stem from an audit that followed the transfer of the downtown snowmelt system from the Kent County Public Works Department to privately held Veolia Energy.  Veolia audited the snowmelt system — part of the DDA’s Downtown Improvement District annual assessment that pays for a number of maintenance items —between the years 2000 and 2008.

The City of Grand Rapids, which received a refund after the audit, notified 78 owners of Monroe Center properties that they would receive a portion of the $149,000 rebate pot, according to DDA Executive Director Jay Fowler.

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