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Economic Development in Troy

posted Sep 5, 2010, 6:58 AM by Troy Area Chamber of Commerce   [ updated Oct 17, 2010, 7:16 PM ]
Attempts to retain businesses such as the Extraco Bank, Love's Country Store/Subway, and many other businesses in Troy in relocating from the highway widening continue.
From corporate, to mom & pop businesses, owners and managers are still searching for looking for possibilities, rather than relocate outside of Troy. Troy is very fortunate in the dedication of business owners to keep their business here, which in turn add to the sales tax rebate, real estate and personal property tax base, franchise taxes, and more, not to mention the jobs the businesses provide.
Another commercial tract of land was sold in Troy on Friday (9-3-10), thus creating a site for yet another possible business in the City. No immediate plans have been made by the buyer. The land was brokered by David Jirasek, Accredited Land Consultant, with Jirasek Realty.