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BURNSVILLE, MN—As part of an effort to expand and market development opportunities in the Twin Cities suburb of Burnsville, the city and its chamber of commerce recently formed an alliance with a group of some 17 local commercial real estate firms. “Everyone benefits from boosting occupancy in existing buildings, putting commercial property to better uses and encouraging new development,” says Gary Lally, senior vice president of Hoyt Properties, one of the partners. The alliance, which has a three-year plan of promotional activities and an annual budget of $50,000, is called the Burnsville Commercial Real Estate Council.

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