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Its owners last year put the family-run business up for sale — the seven acres of fields, the grain elevator, bins, and retail store — hoping that the agricultural heritage of the longtime operation would be preserved.
Other new Harbor District uses envisioned include the area near Nidera's harbor front grain elevator, 960 E. Bay St., which could be developed for light industrial use, a marina and mixed-use residential and commercial buildings.
The federal government sharply reduced fines and dropped the severity of citations in a pending settlement of labor complaints brought after a deadly explosion at an Atchison, Kan., grain elevator six years ago.
Watch a clip from the film: Continental grain elevator explosion documentary Continental Grain Co. owned the 73-silo property, used to store soybeans, wheat and oats.
Also, the area near Nidera's harbor front grain elevator, 960 E. Bay St., could be developed for light industrial use, a marina and mixed-use residential and commercial buildings.
Ryder typifies many farm towns in the Upper Midwest, with a grain elevator, a cafe and a tavern, as well as a business that provides workers for oil and gas rigs.
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