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More jobs coming to Nevada


The city used a ten year tax abatement covering the real estate tax on the property as an incentive for the purchase. And while the facility is only expected to bring in roughly a dozen jobs, experts with the Nevada-Vernon County Chamber of Commerce say ...


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Posted: Dec 06, 2017 07:12 PM CST Updated: Dec 06, 2017 07:12 PM CST /** * Syndicaster Video Closure */ (function(A, $){ function renderSyndicasterPlayer () { A.ready('syndicaster-video-player', function(){ var config = { vid: "7202721", profile_id: "93556880-2a68-0133-3002-7a163e597437", autostart: "true", container: "#syndicaster_player_7202721_170163", tags : "nevada%2Ccommerce%2Cchamber%2Ccounty%2Cvernon", vertical : "news", width: 16, height: 9 }; EP.Utils.VideoUtils.embedSyndicasterWidget("syndicaster_player_7202721_170163", config) }); } renderSyndicasterPlayer(); })( AUI(), jQuery ); More News GOP unveiling major tax code overhaul Pair accused in child pornography case Trump set for nighttime rally Snow blankets the South, moves into Northeast this weekend School shooter investigated in 2016 More jobs are coming to Nevada, and local experts say that opens the door for even more economic growth.Mareth Enterprises has purchased the former American standard building in Nevada, with plans to develop the facilityThe building has been vacant for several years, and City Manager J.DKehrman says it needed multiple repairs.The city used a ten year tax abatement covering the real estate tax on the property as an incentive for the purchaseAnd while the facility is only expected to bring in roughly a dozen jobs, experts with the Nevada-Vernon County Chamber of Commerce say that's just as important as a big company coming to town.Sheree Gayman, Executive Director of the Nevada/Vernon County Chamber of Commerce said "whether it's five jobs, whether it's 2,000 jobs, growth in our business climate is growth in our economic climate."Kehrman says because of zoning restrictions, the facility will most likely be used for warehousing, and perhaps light manufacturing in the future

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