The Alexandria City Council approved a request to provide tax increment financing (TIF) for FORCE America.
The tax break will help the company build a 45,000 square foot manufacturing facility for its property on Iowa Street near Varitech Industries, one of its subsidiaries.
The Alexandria YMCA’s fundraising campaign for a major expansion project is off and running.
The J.A. Wedum Foundation in Minneapolis recently awarded a $500,000 matching grant to the YMCA to help build an 8,000-square-foot addition, which will bring the total square footage of the facility to 64,000 square feet.
It’s fun to play at the YMCA, now more than ever.
The J.A. Wedum Foundation in Minneapolis has awarded a $500,000 matching grant to the Alexandria YMCA to help build an 8,000-square-foot addition, which will bring the total square footage to 64,000 square feet.
Because of community support, the clinic has been able to provide dental care and education to thousands of underserved citizens of all ages. Last year, the clinic provided comfort to 389 citizens with dental emergencies and almost 2,000 regular dental appointments.
Douglas County commissioners approved a license capacity increase for the Alexandria Opportunities Center (AOC).
The AOC is a development achievement center that gives people with developmental challenges an opportunity to work. Companies that use the service include 3M, Tastefully Simple, Actuent Electrical, Lindrite, Varitech, Bio-corp, Cedar Canyon, Remco A&I, MHC, Insty-Prints and Quality Printing.
An expansion plan is in the works for the Alexandria YMCA.
The official start of a $2.5 million YMCA Phase II Expansion Capital Campaign was announced during the Y’s recent “Dining Around Douglas” event.
Big things are happening at Bethany.
Ecumen, a nonprofit senior housing and services company, is expanding senior living and service offerings in Alexandria.
Ecumen Bethany Community recently started a $3 million renovation and expansion project that will improve short-term rehabilitation services and introduce memory care.
Pro-Ag Farmers Cooperative is expanding its operation near Brandon.
There are plans to build two new buildings along County Road 7, near Interstate 94, in Brandon Township.
One building will be an 11,000 square foot fertilizer plant and the other a 14,000 square foot office, warehouse and shop area.
“Wow, what a day! What a facility! And just wait until you get inside.”
Those words from Douglas County Hospital Administrator Bill Flaig minutes before a ribbon-cutting ceremony opened Sunday’s celebration of the hospital’s $31 million expansion.
Representatives from the Kensington Runestone Park Foundation (KRPF), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFW) and Pheasants Forever (PF) were present at the closing for the land at Kensington Runestone Park.
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