Donated furniture and infrastructure items from a retired power plant could pay off big for the La Cross-area Habitat for Humanity chapter. W-K-B-T/T-V reports that about 30-thousand pounds of items from the shuttered Genoa Station number Three were donated this month to the Habitat Re-Store’s Reclaim Salvage program. The retired plant’s parent company, Dairyland Power Cooperative, says the donated items could net 19-thousand dollars in funding for the charity. An earlier donation of more than 21-thousand pounds of items from the Genoa plant generated more than 14-thousand dollars for the La Crosse-area Habitat for Humanity.

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