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Nestled in the heartland of the upper central United States, Franklin County Iowa embodies all that is good about rural America. Self-reliance, hard work and investing in our future come together to make us a great location for business. Bottom line benefits to business are realized through our low purchase and lease price points; business-friendly skilled workforce, lower than average utility rates and a single-factor nonunitary tax law.
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We are getting closer to deploying the Franklin County Home Base Attraction Program. Jobs and incentives to help build a new life and career. Stay tuned for announcements.
A 30,000 square foot expandable industrial building has recently come on the market in Franklin County, Iowa. Sitting on 4.25 acres with additional land available, the structure has 30‘ sidewalls. Franklin County Development Director Karen Mitchell says this is the fourth speculative building the organization has built and it will be offered to industrial companies who will “use a lot of electricity and meet minimum job creation and wage criteria”.
Taskmaster Components of Mount Pleasant, Texas, has selected Hampton, Iowa as the newest location for their company. General Manager, Jack Clark, says “Adding an additional location in Hampton will allow the company to expand their customer base and service the industry more completely. Taskmaster Components is very excited about serving the Upper Midwest from such a great community”