Milford Town Hall

Milford Redevelopment Commission Considers a Future in Housing

MILFORD — Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation President George Robertson made his yearly report to the Milford Redevelopment Commission at its monthly meeting Monday, April 10, at town hall. Robertson’s focus was on the importance of education and housing to Kosciusko County’s future, and how TIF districts may change … Read More

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KEDCO President Addresses Milford Redevelopment Commission

Milford Redevelopment Commission was visited by George Robertson, president of the Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation, at its monthly meeting Monday, Sept. 12, at town hall. Robertson updated the commission on KEDCO’s efforts to attract business and maintain a skilled workforce. According to Robertson, after three or four years … Read More

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Milford Commission to Grant Manufacturing Scholarships

MILFORD — Milford Redevelopment Commission met Monday, June 13, at town hall. Among the motions passed was one to set aside $2,500 for scholarships. With 11 new projects and 850 new manufacturing jobs paying $18.26 per hour in the works, Kosciusko County is in dire need of skilled … Read More

Chamber Hosts Small Business Tune-Up Listening Session

NORTH WEBSTER — No cost and low cost services available to small businesses were highlighted at the small business tune-up listening session Monday evening, April 25, at the Tippecanoe Township Building, North Webster. It was a special program sponsored by North Webster-Tippecanoe Township Chamber of Commerce for interested members.

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KEDCO To Host Small Business Tuneup

NORTH WEBSTER — Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation, the North Central Indiana Small Business Development Center and North Webster Tippecanoe Township Chamber of Commerce will host Small Business Tuneup Listening Session from 6:30-7:45 p.m. Monday, April 25, at the Tippecanoe Township building, 102 S. Morton St., North Webster. Representatives … Read More

Kosciusko County’s Economic Standing

WARSAW — Kosciusko County Economic Development Corporation President George Robertson came before the Kosciusko County Council Thursday, April 14, to talk of where Kosciusko County stands economically. Robertson said it was an excellent year last year. The county had 850 new manufacturing jobs and $63 million in new … Read More

KEDCO: New Projects, 850 New Jobs In 2015

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation has released its annual report for 2015 and things are looking up. According to the report, Kosciusko County saw 11 projects that brought in 850 new jobs and an average wage of $18.26 per hour. These projects included three new employers … Read More

Poly-Wood Ribbon Cutting

Public Turns Out For Poly-Wood Ribbon Cutting

SYRACUSE — Many people representing area businesses, local chambers and the Syracuse community turned out for Poly-Wood’s ribbon cutting ceremony Monday, March 7, taking place in the company’s new facility, located at 813 W. Brooklyn St., Syracuse.

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Economic Bright Spots Seen Countywide In 2015

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY — “2015 was a fantastic year,” said George Robertson, president of Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation. “It’s certainly the best in the five years I’ve been here.”

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Medical Device Suspension A ‘Positive’ For Local Industry

WARSAW — Following the House passing The Protecting Americans From Tax Hikes Act of 2015, many are celebrating what they will believe of huge benefit to those in the medical device industry. The act, titled PATH for short, will suspend the medical device tax and make the Research … Read More

KEDCo Joins Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership

Kosciusko County joined the 10 County Northeast Regional Partnership on Wednesday. “This partnership will bring us greater collaborative opportunities in areas important to our companies,” stated Kosciusko Economic Development Company President George Robertson. In addition to marketing and attraction efforts Robertson noted in the areas of workforce development, … Read More

Council Takes First Look At Budgets

WARSAW — Getting a 10-minute late start, due to a lack of quorum, Warsaw Common Council took its first look at the 2016 budget proposals for not-for-profits and four city departments. Not-for-profit requests totaling $206,000 were received from Kosciusko Community Senior Services, Animal Welfare League, City County Athletic … Read More

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Redevelopment Gets KEDCo Update, Advised On Riverfront District

At the May 14 meeting of the Kosciusko County Redevelopment Commission, Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation President George Robertson updated the commission on economic developments in the county. “We’re standing strong, we’re above our historic numbers for people employed, we have people moving into the county,” said Robertson. “It … Read More


KEDCo Announces Come Back to Kosciusko Campaign

“The last time I was before you I talked about what a great couple of years it’s been,” George Robertson, Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation president, told the Kosciusko County Council on Oct. 10. Robertson went on to report that unemployment had dropped once again. However, this poses a … Read More

Nextremity Solutions Named ‘Company To Watch’

The June 2014 employment numbers are out and Kosciusko County’s job growth and persons employed is twice the Indiana percentage. Nextremity Solutions Inc. of Warsaw has also been recognized as one of the “2014 Indiana Companies to Watch.” Information was presented by the Indiana Office of Small Business and … Read More

R.R. Donnelley, KEDCo Covered at Council

At its July Meeting of the Kosciusko County Council, the council received Kosciusko Economic Development Corporation’s second quarter report, reviewed the proposed budgets for many local non-profit organizations and reviewed tax abatements for R.R. Donnelley. “We’re number two in terms of projects,” said KEDCo president George Robertson, echoing … Read More