A Knox-based furniture company went to tax sale on Thursday, and the lien on the property has been purchased.
A Knox business is not in compliance with the terms of its tax abatement. The Knox City Council previously deferred action on the Selected Furniture property tax abatement compliance review to allow someone from the company to attend their meeting. Nobody showed up last night. Continue reading
A Plymouth industry has plans to expand.
Zentis Food Solutions North America, LLC, a global producer of fruit preparations for the bakery and dairy industries, announced plans Monday to expand its operations in Plymouth, creating 67 new jobs by 2014.
Selected Furniture LLC will be relocating from China to Knox, Indiana. Selected Furniture produces commercial seating.
Charles Weaver, Executive Director of the Starke County Economic Development Foundation, talks more about the new business that will be housed in the old Rockwell Building on Culver Road.
Over the past several weeks, rumors have floated around Knox that a furniture manufacturing plant will be locating here. Those rumors have been confirmed. Selected Furniture will be moving to Knox from China. The deal was closed last night when the Knox City Council passed two resolutions: one for economic revitalization and the other on benefits for tax abatement.