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FREMONT, Ind. (Nov. 13, 2015) – Carver Non-Woven Technologies, a manufacturer of non-woven parts, announced plans today to establish operations here, creating up to 65 new jobs by 2018.
The company will invest $17.13 million to renovate and equip the former Amcast Automotive plant at 706 E. Depot, which has been vacant for nearly 10 years. The 143,580-square-foot facility will house state-of-the-art equipment allowing Carver to create high-end, lower weight, quality fiber products for…
Funded by the America’s Best Communities competition, the Community Revitalization Plan outlines vision for Angola, Fremont and Steuben County’s future and action plan to achieve it
(NOVEMBER 9, 2015) – ANGOLA, IN - For six months, local leaders in Angola, Fremont and Steuben County have been hard at work developing a Community Revitalization Plan to guide the community’s economic future. Today, they unveiled the plan, which will determine whether they will advance in…
(Angola, Ind.) July 30, 2015 – The City of Angola, Town of Fremont and Steuben County Economic Development Corporation introduced plans for a multi-purpose project at the former TransGuard facility at 907 South Wayne Street in April of this year. The project also served as the impetus for the community’s application to the America’s Best Communities (ABC) competition, sponsored by Frontier Communications, Dish Network, CoBank and The Weather Channel.
$10 million America’s Best Communities competition — sponsored by Frontier Communications, DISH Network, CoBank and The Weather Channel — aims to spark innovation and growth in small towns. Angola and Fremont will be adopted by global communications company Mitel
ANGOLA, IND., July 27, 2015 — Across the country, 50 communities are celebrating their victories in the first round of the America’s Best Communities competition, a $10 million initiative to…
ANGOLA, IN (June 19, 2015) - The Steuben County Community Foundation approved a donation of $25,000 in seed money to support the Steuben County Promise. Steuben County Promise supports all youth in the development of their college and career identity through college and career discovery, academic readiness, and educational savings.
The Steuben County Promise is about encouraging elementary-aged students to pursue their dreams and explore possibilities for their future. It’s…
Orland, Ind., May 12, 2015 - The Steuben County Council granted Pine Manor, Inc. (dba: Miller Poultry) a ten year tax abatement on an estimated $9 million in building expansion and $4.15 million in new machinery and equipment. The company estimated adding 34 new employees over the next four year to the existing 560 which are presently employed at the facility located south of Orland, on State Road 327. The Steuben County Council also approved compliance forms for the…
FORT WAYNE, Ind., April 29, 2015 — Angola and Fremont are celebrating their victory in the first round of the America’s Best Communities competition, a $10 million initiative to stimulate economic revitalization in small towns and cities.
Frontier Communications, DISH Network, The Weather Channel and CoBank — the contest’s sponsors — today announced Angola and Fremont, as a collaborative effort, have advanced into the quarterfinals of this innovative competition,…
KPC News Report
By Jennifer Decker
ANGOLA — The Angola Investment Fund Board approved three-year $50,000 loans for two businesses Monday. C&K Tool and Indiana Machine Product received the loans. Both companies originally requested $100,000, but the board felt a maximum of $50,000 was more reasonable.
C&K Tool, 240 Growth Parkway, manufactures machined components for the medical and aerospace fields. The company will use the loan for…
By Jennifer Decker
ANGOLA — Economic development once again was a common theme at Monday’s Angola Common Council meeting as for companies were thanked for continuing to invest in the city.
Council granted tax abatements to two companies planning to make $930,000 and $1 million in investments.
Dave Koenig, executive director of Steuben County Economic Development Corp. reviewed what each company is doing with council. IMP Holdings and…
By Mike Marturello
ANGOLA — Steuben County Commissioners approved spending $100,000 in Major Moves money to help fund purchase of properties in Angola for use as the Northern Indiana Lakes Country Enterprise Center on Monday. The money will be spent for development proposed by the Steuben County Economic Development Corp. to develop the enterprise center on Angola’s south side, at property formerly housed by TransGuard and a…