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Manufacturer seeks tax breaks for downtown expansion
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Manufacturer seeks tax breaks for downtown expansion

COOPERSVILLE, Mich.—A public hearing will take place Monday, October 28 for a 12-year tax break request by a manufacturer moving to downtown Coopersville.

Ranger Die, Inc. is in the process of renovating the industrial building located at 1300 W. Randall St.  The $2.1 million project includes purchasing new equipment.  Leo Rapp, president of the company that is leasing the property to Ranger Die, says the move and expansion will lead to approximately 15 new high-skill, high-paying jobs over the next two years. The company anticipates moving into the finished space around November 1.

A hearing is also planned for Reeves Plastics, LLC, which is also requesting an industrial tax break for new equipment it purchased.  The city council meeting begins at 7 p.m.

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