City of Sandwich reports positive development in 2018
Mayor Rick Olson named several projects that were instrumental in the City’s growth this past year. Meadowvale, Inc. a manufacturer of dairy desserts relocated from Yorkville, IL to the City of Sandwich this past year. In addition, Northwestern Medicine’s acquisition of the KishHealth System and its Valley West Hospital was another positive for the City of Sandwich.
DCEDC is would like to congratulate our public and private partners in the City of Sandwich on their accomplishments. DCEDC supports and also provides assistance. For example, the DeKalb County Enterprise Zone incentive program is available to businesses located within the zone. Meadowvale, Inc. participated in this tax savings program.
If your business is planning to build, expand or relocate to participating communities located within the DeKalb County Enterprise Zone (participating communities include-Cortland, DeKalb, Genoa, Sandwich, Sycamore or Waterman), please contact DCEDC by calling Paul Borek, DeKalb County Enterprise Zone Administrator, or Jan Kinczewski at 815-895-2711 for boundary and program information. One call could save you significant tax dollars.
To read the full article, as published in the Daily Chronicle on 12/26/2018, please click on the link–https://dcedc.org/city-of-sandwich-industrial-growth/