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NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo selectively intervenes in a very local economic development dispute.
The home improvement giant’s new call center, slated to open early next year, will create 600 new jobs.
The 275,000 facility, on a 50-acre site in Granite State Business Park in Rochester, NH, will focus on R&D and production of next-generation composite aircraft components.
The maker of the world’s largest selling brand of chain saws will invest $10.3 million and add 52 new jobs in early 2012.
John A. O’Toole, CEcD, EDP
Business Development Manager, CL&P – Yankee Gas Services—Economic & Community Relations
The IL House approves extended tax incentives for Hoffman Estates in an effort to keep the retail giant from relocating 15,000 jobs.
Front Range Airport, a 4,000-acre facility east of Denver, is eyed as a launch site that will offer an additional 6,000 acres zoned for industrial development.
Gov. Mitch Daniels is expected to back a unanimous decision by the Indiana Economic Development Corp. to move the Hoosier State into the right-to-work column.
Long Island, Western New York, the North Country and Central New York were the big winners in a statewide competition for funding of job-creating projects.
The largest grant is for a joint program involving Greater Cleveland Partnership, Team Lorain County, Youngstown-Warren Regional Chamber, Stark Development Board and Greater Akron Chamber.