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Was Columbia in the running for plant Lebanon, KY landed?

Comments re article 44477 Restaurant specialty food supplier to create 83 new jobs

M.E. Lewis writes:
Was Columbia considered for this new business?

How does a city go about finding out when new businesses are looking for a place to put their business?

Who gets involved when a town is being considered?

What makes a town right for a new business to want to locate there?

Inquiring minds want to know. - Maury Lewis
Thanks. Perhaps the most obvious difference is that the people of Marion Co., KY, are willing to pay the upfront costs of securing industry. They have a payroll tax and a huge - by Adair and even Taylor and Russell County standards - economic development budget, and a highly sophisticated business recruiting system. Perhaps there are other reasons those involved with Economic Development can cite. -EW




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