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  1. Christy, I just found this sight.4:00am.Just so very proud of you. May all your dreams come true. Memories of past times!Doris

  2. 8.3 mil & 2.6 mil = 11.1 million (the investment is 12.5 mil. Then that talk about 1.8 mil and 764 K savings which if added to the other make the tax break over 13 mil). that seemed unclear, but the PEOPLE are paying 11.1 million of a 12.5 million investment, THEREFORE the company is only out 1.4 million. This makes me SICK

  3. Why oh why are Indiana (and Wisconsin) marching backward. In attempting to return our states to the middle ages they are wasting taxpayer funds, and diverting their energies from more important issues

  4. You naysayers are incredible. The article states the jobs will most likely pay between $10 and $14 hr. All you calling for a "living wage" obviously can't read.....but no you all are right, let's pass on 1000 jobs that pay a rate equal to or higher than the bozo in the White House called for. Let's just keep those 1000 people on unemployment or working for $7.25 at Walmart. Let's not even think about the positive impact of the jobs, earning a paycheck, feeling pride, the money spent at small businesses from those pay checks, the COIT money communities get from those jobs which pay for fire and police, the positive impact on office vacancy let's complain that a call center hiring 1000 people doesn't pay $20 an hour.....and liberals wonder why Detroit is in Bankruptcy with 15+ percent unemployed.

  5. I believe that is planned to be an Art and Frame store...