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Tax abatements approved for two Sabetha companies
06/14/2018

(KNZA)--Ten-year tax abatements have been approved for two Sabetha business expansion projects.

Following a hearing drawing no public comment, the Sabetha City Commission Monday evening approved the abatements for Northwind Technical Services and Extru-Tech.

Rural Development Association of Northeast Kansas Director Nancy Gafford said Northwind plans to add up to 23 new employees over the ten-year period and Extru-Tech plans to add up to 9 new employees.

Brown County Commissioners Monday voiced support for the abatements after Gafford reviewed a cost-benefit analysis.

For the Northwind project, she said the analysis shows for every dollar abated the county would see a $7.26 return.

The Kansas Board of Tax Appeals must give final approval to the abatements.

 

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