July 22, 2015
Ohio-Based Logistics Firm Expands in Delaware County
DSE Truckload, a transportation services company serving customers across North America, announced plans today to expand its operations here, creating up to 45 new jobs by 2017.
July 16, 2015
ADVANCE, a Vision for East Central Indiana, to host Summit 2 July 28th
July 14, 2015, Muncie, IN – The Steering Committee for the ADVANCE east central Indiana Regional Development Planning process announced its second community workshop, Summit 2, to be held Tuesday, July 28, from 6 to 8pm at the Horizon Convention Center in Downtown Muncie. As a follow up to the successful Regional Summit, Summit 2 will focus on the region’s vision, its collective capabilities, and its strategic direction. The planning team will elicit feedback from attendees to create the development plan.
June 30, 2015
Indiana Michigan Power and Muncie-Delaware County Economic Development Alliance Announce "Shovel Ready" Site Certification
An important site for growth in the Muncie-Delaware County Area has earned a shovel ready Industrial Site Certification. The Industria Centre Site #1, along the Muncie bypass, has completed the certification program for American Electric Power’s (AEP) Quality Site Program.
June 18, 2015
Construction Complete on 200,000 SF Expandable Shell Building in Muncie-Delaware County, Indiana
The Muncie-Delaware County Economic Development Alliance joined Delaware County government officials and Garmong Construction to announce that the construction of a new, 200,000 SF shell building has been completed. The event was celebrated with a ribbon cutting by the Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce. Located on a 34-acre site in the Industria Centre Industrial Park, the pre-cast concrete building features 32 foot ceilings and is expandable to 500,000 square feet.
June 11, 2015
The ADVANCE Regional Summit Brings Hundreds to Muncie
Muncie, IN – The Regional Summit for the ADVANCE east central Indiana planning effort was hosted Tuesday, June 9th. Nearly 250 people packed the Horizon Convention Center, in downtown Muncie, and were encouraged to share their vision for the future of the six-county region. The crowd included representation from Blackford, Delaware, Henry, Jay, Madison, and Randolph counties.
June 03, 2015
Muncie Parks Department Breaks Ground on a new Downtown Park
For years, the site known as the Holiday Cleaners at the corner of Madison and Main Streets will become a new gateway to Muncie’s Downtown called Cornerstone Park. The new park will be a beautiful addition to the Downtown and will welcome visitors and residents into Muncie’s Downtown proper. Various features will be constructed in the park including extensive landscaping improvements, meandering sidewalks, streetlights, a concrete seat wall, a small performance stage, bio-swales for improved drainage, artwork completed by local artists, landscaped berms, and various ornamental flowers, shrubs and trees.
June 01, 2015
The ADVANCE east central Indiana Regional Summit to take place June 9th
Muncie, IN – The Regional Summit for the ADVANCE east central Indiana planning effort will be hosted June 9th, from 6 to 8pm at the Horizon Convention Center, 401 South High Street, in downtown Muncie. Anyone from Blackford, Delaware, Henry, Jay, Madison, and Randolph counties who is interested in providing input that will help shape the future of the region should attend. The program includes sharing the State of the Region report, validating project themes for the regional development plan, learning about comparable regional successes, and generating big ideas for the future prosperity of the region.
May 18, 2015
ADVANCE East Central Indiana to host Regional Summit June 9th
The Regional Summit for the ADVANCE East Central Indiana planning effort will be hosted June 9th, from 6 to 8pm at the Horizon Convention Center, 401 South High Street, in downtown Muncie. Anyone from Blackford, Delaware, Henry, Jay, Madison, and Randolph counties interested in providing input that will help shape the future of the region should attend. The program includes sharing the State of the Region report, discussing potential projects for inclusion in the regional development plan, and generating big ideas for the future of the region.
May 04, 2015
ADVANCE East Central Indiana Kicks-off Regional Planning Effort
The Steering Committee for the ADVANCE East Central Indiana regional cities planning effort, will begin its public process this week. The initial meetings for participating counties will be conducted beginning May 5. The focus of these meetings is to discuss each county’s opportunities for the future, including identifying important potential projects, according to Terry Murphy, Vice President Muncie-Delaware County, Indiana Economic Development Alliance and a lead coordinator for ADVANCE.
April 09, 2015
ASONS Bringing Hundreds of Jobs to Delaware County
Governor Mike Pence joined Muncie Mayor Dennis Tyler and executives from ASONS, a national facilities management provider, today to announce the company’s plans to expand its corporate headquarters here, creating up to 316 new jobs by 2024.
March 03, 2015
City Council Approves Preliminary Resolution for Trilogy Health Care of Muncie, LLC
At its March 2, 2015, meeting the Muncie City Council approved a preliminary resolution allowing for designation of an economic revitalization area (ERA) and approval of a three year tax abatement on a $4 million expansion by Trilogy Health Care of Muncie, LLC. The Council will hold a public hearing and take final action on this measure at its April 6th meeting.
February 20, 2015
Mid-West Metal Products Gets Approval from Local CReED Board
The Delaware County Advisory Council for Economic Development reviewed an application from Mid-West Metal Products for use of the CReED investment tax credit program and received a favorable recommendation. The application will now be forwarded to the Indiana Economic Development Corporation (IEDC) for their approval.
October 28, 2014
Council Approves Artisan Tool & Die Investment Incentive
The Delaware County Council unanimously approved a five-year tax phase-in (tax abatement) incentive on a $450,000 capital investment to Artisan Tool and Die, LLC. The company, located on State Road 28, started out in 1980 as a small machine shop designing and building some very precise injection molds. It has continued to grow over time and has turned into one of the most advanced heavy mold repair and modification facilities in the Midwest.