Delta gets $5.9M loan to redo Chisholm call center

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  • Updated: November 7, 2013 - 7:58 PM

DULUTH – Delta Air Lines will receive a $5.9 million forgivable government loan to refurbish a call center in northern Minnesota that was mostly built with government money in the first place, under a deal approved Thursday.

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redeye12Nov. 7, 13 8:49 PM

Northwest located in Chisholm as a sop to Jim Oberstar. They got millions forgiven then and now they'll get another chunk forgiven. Seems to me that the gov't didn't learn from the first give away. Leave it to liberals to throw more money down a drain.

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fwallenNov. 7, 13 8:55 PM

Somebody do the math please. What is the cost per job?

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gofurnuttNov. 7, 13 9:28 PM

What are They Building A "Shrine"....

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morenews0013Nov. 7, 1310:08 PM

Realistically, the "cost per job" might not be the relevant factor. An employer of 500 people in Chisholm is significant. Scores of other businesses are dependent on spending by these employees. If your life experience is based on living in the Twin Cities and you're not from a small community, it's sometimes hard to see how deeply interelated these things are for a small town. The economic reach of 500 jobs is huge.

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