Local Development Finance Authority ~Established Business
Huron Charter Township is proud to welcome YOUR business to our community! Over the years, these established businesses have grown with in the LDFA district. Many have counted on the LDFA board for assistance with that growth in terms of infrastructure, utilities and roads. many established businesses have moved to Huron Township to reap the many benefits from the District resources.
GLR–-Because of assistance received for the Huron Township LDFA, GLR (Great Lakes Recycling Company) has been up and running now for two years . The process started in 2008 with the purchase of 19.7 acres in the LDFA region. The commission was created in order to assist developments with relocation in Huron Township. GLR is Michigan’s leader in procurement and marketing of secondary commodities offering recycling solutions for most every industry and business type. They have four major recycling divisions currently handled at the Huron plant including: Commercial metal, Commercial paper, Commercial plastic/foam and Computer/Electronics. Collectively they process over 175,000 tons of recyclable material a year.
“This is an excellent example of the type of businesses that are a perfect fit for our community,” said LDFA chairman RP Lilly. “We continually strive to attract more environmentally sound business practices to our beautiful Township. Read More
Plastic Omnium Auto Inergy–– a division of Compagnie Plastic Omnium, will invest in a new facility in Huron Township and bring 240 jobs to the township. The ground breaking took place on June 21, 2011.
“We are pleased to welcome Inergy to Huron Township,” said Township Supervisor Elke Doom. “Our Local Development Finance Authority board worked tirelessly to assist Inergy with their new facility in our township. It’s a great partnership.”
The company explored multiple locations in the state to expand but chose Huron Township and utilized the critical financial resources of the LDFA to finance and construct several key components of the manufacturing facility. Read More
Oct. 13, 2014 – HURON TOWNSHIP, Mich. –– With the snip of the scissors, Wayne County and its partners officially christened the completion of Wahrman Road in Huron Township., MI. The move paves the way to attract manufacturing, agricultural processing, high-technology corporations, energy production and business incubators to the site.
The completion of Wahrman Rd. adds to an already prime location, ripe for development. The site is conveniently located off I-75 and I-275, has railway access, Class A Sewer and Water, is near Metro Airport in Romulus and is close to the Huron Twp. police station. The land also is part of the Aerotropolis (now known as VantagePort).
The Aerotropolis, now called VantagePort , features 60,000 acres of land between Metro Airport and Willow Run Airport in Willow Run. It has generated hundreds of millions of dollars in regional development as well as hundreds of new jobs.
“With the completion of Wahrman Rd, the site is development ready,” said Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano. “I commend the efforts of all involved, particularly our partners from Huron County, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC), the Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) and the Wayne County Airport Authority (WCAA),” Ficano added. Read More
Wetland Mitgation—Most Local Development Financial Authority Commissions make decisions to move their communities forward with new business opportunities. In Huron Township, not only do they create these opportunities, the commission rolls up their sleeves and works hard to make sure each potential organization get all the help they need to make their Township their new home. This past month the Huron Township LDFA spent hours and days formulating a plan for Wetland mitigation for a potential new facility.
The group first familiarized themselves with many types of wetlands. Most people are familiar with the cattail or lily pad wetland found in areas with standing water, but wetlands can also be grassy meadows, shrubby fields, or mature forests. Many wetland areas have only a high ground water table and standing water may not be visible. Types of wetlands include deciduous swamps, wet meadows, emergent marshes, conifer swamps, wet prairies, shrub-scrub swamps, fens, and bogs. One of the properties being considered in Huron Township was actually a mature forest wetland and another was a shrubby field. Read More
We also have PRIME property in LDFA1 and LDFA2 Districts that can be built to suit.