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New business receives façade grant

Carnexa facade grant
(L-r) Villager Manager Ron Alden, owner Bob Yancey, General Manager Dan Prause, and DDA President Thomas O’Brien with the façade grant recently received by Carnexa L.L.C.

ROSCOMMON – Carnexa L.L.C., a used car dealership, recently opened in Roscommon. Carnexa recently received a façade grant from the Roscommon Downtown Development Authority (DDA) for a new illuminated pedestal signage at 211 North Fifth Street. General Manager Dan Prause is local, born and raised in Grayling, and a family man.

The DDA partners with downtown property owners in order to enhance the downtown area. Matching funds are available for commercial façade improvements with a reimbursement of 50% up to $5,000 for an approved storefront renovation.

This year the DDA has budgeted $30,000 for the façade grant program. Applications are available at the Village of Roscommon offices or by visiting www.roscommonvillage.com

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