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Riley Brothers may present school property plans in October

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MORRIS, Minn. -- Riley Bros. Properties, one of four companies that have expressed interest in developing the old elementary school property, is working with INH Properties, a St. Cloud-based developer, to develop a plan to present to the Morris City Council.

City Manager Blaine Hill told the council Tuesday that he’d met with John Riley of Riley Bros. Properties and with Mike Stoebe, a partner with INH Properties, about the project.

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