NORTH RIDGEVILLE, Ohio — Mayor Kevin Corcoran campaigned on efforts to draw new enterprise to town. He famous that since then, town has been repeatedly receiving calls from events.
“We’re taking an energetic function in reaching out to and assembly with potential companies to advertise North Ridgeville as a viable location,” Corcoran stated lately.
“We make suggestions of doable areas throughout the metropolis and help with making the correct connections with the property house owners.
“We even have the power to supply incentives topic to program eligibility, availability and approval by required events to the enterprise to make our metropolis extra fascinating,” he stated. “These embody, however usually are not restricted to tax abatement, tax increment financing and different incentives, corresponding to job-creation tax credit and low-interest loans for tools.
“There are additionally county and state initiatives which will even be thought of when making the choice to find to North Ridgeville. We’re proactive in our pursuit to convey companies to our metropolis.”
Columbia Gasoline survey
Columbia Gasoline is conducting GPS surveying work within the metropolis all through the month of November.
“Chances are you’ll discover contractors from Bowman within the space utilizing tools mounted on a tripod to file the situation of pure gasoline traces,” Corcoran stated. “This helps Columbia Gasoline improve its emergency response capabilities and in addition prevents damages usually attributable to unsafe digging practices.”
He famous that the work won’t require entry into houses or companies, and that pure gasoline companies won’t be affected.
Bids open for water essential alternative
Proposals for a water essential alternative on Stoney Ridge Highway are being accepted at Metropolis Corridor till 11 a.m. Nov. 17.
The work entails the alternative of two,720 ft of an 8-inch water essential. Necessities for bids are on file within the metropolis engineer’s workplace or on-line. For questions, electronic mail email@example.com.
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