SHEBOYGAN - City officials are working toward incentivizing a Meijer Stores development at Memorial Mall by offering tax-related payments to the company and offering to improve sections of nearby North Taylor Drive.
Lakeland University is in the midst of a number of positive developments that will set the stage for growth for decades to come.
SHEBOYGAN - More new apartments could go up soon in downtown Sheboygan.
PLYMOUTH - Country Visions Cooperative will receive a $2,629,258 Freight Railroad Infrastructure Improvement loan to construct almost 3,000 feet of railroad spur tracks and a railcar unloading system as part of a new $11 million dry fertilizer plant facility in Plymouth.
Plymouth - Country Visions and Kettle Lakes Coop are partnering together to build an agronomy plant just east of Plymouth, WI on the WSOR Sheboygan Falls Subdivision. The new plant will create 30-40 new jobs and will rely on freight rail service to bring fertilizer into the area for agricultural purposes. The Plymouth Plan Commission approved plans at the February 2nd meeting. Construction will begin in April and finish before the end of 2017. The facility is going to replace and expand the capacity of two outdated fertilizer plants in Fond Du Lac and Sheboygan Falls. The total development will cost around $8.5 million dollars and will be located on a 25-acre parcel in the southeast quadrant of Willow Road and the railroad corridor.
SHEBOYGAN - Aurora Health Care says it’s planning to build a new hospital in the Village of Kohler.
A collection of warehouses encompassing an entire city block near downtown Sheboygan are slated for redevelopment that could include housing, a marketplace and a brewery.