Greensburg Daily News, Greensburg, IN

Business

August 7, 2013

Inside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick

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Commission to vote on abatement

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Development Commission is set for a preliminary tax abatement vote Wednesday on a project a California company says will create more than 100 new jobs. ooShirts Inc. plans to invest nearly $1 million to set up a printing operation in Lawrence.

Hoosier Energy sets groundbreaking

Bloomington-based Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative Inc. is planning to begin construction on its new $27 million headquarters next week. The utility expects the project to be complete next year.

Grace College announces program

Grace College in Winona Lake has announced an initiative it says will give students a chance to advance their education for less money. The school has introduced a program allowing students to graduate with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in four years.

Foundations announce honorees

The accomplishments of two central Indiana civic leaders and sisters will be highlighted in October during an event to raise funds for Simon Youth Foundation and Pacers Foundation. The Masquerade will honor Deborah Simon and Cindy Simon Skojdt.

Developer moves forward with building

Whitley RC Investments LLC is planning to build a shell building at a key development in northeast Indiana. The 75,000 square-foot facility will be shovel ready and constructed at the Rail Connect Business Park in Columbia City. It is expected to be complete by the end of the year.

Small town lands planning grant

The Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs has awarded a $38,000 planning grant to a community in Putnam County. The funds for Bainbridge will help leaders develop a core economic vision for the future.

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