Indianapolis Business Journal


Here’s a new angle on the trouble suburban businesses are having attracting entry-level workers: It’s not in the best financial interest of those cities and towns to approve developments with houses less than $200,000. Lindsey Erdody explains the property-tax calculation. Also in this issue, Jared Council outlines the next step in the evolution of the prestigious Orr Fellowship program, one of the pre-eminent talent-cultivation engines in the region. And in A&E Etc., Mike Lopresti reveals how city sports officials are trying to lure the college football championship to Indy.

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Fishers set to open 60-acre park

Flat Fork Creek Park features a 50-foot sledding hill, nature trails, a two-mile mountain bike course, a fishing pond and three tree houses. It is set to open Dec. 3.

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PROXY CORNER: Celadon Group Inc.

Indianapolis-based Celadon Group Inc. provides long-haul, regional, local, intermodal, temperature-controlled, flatbed and expedited freight services across the United States, Canada and Mexico.

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