Huron Township LDFA District is hoping Santa brings a shiny new restaurant to town this year!

The Local Development Finance Authority is an independent governmental authority in Huron Township.  The LDFA’s purpose is promote economic development in manufacturing, agricultural processing, and energy production by providing public facility improvements and financing necessary or desirable to facilitate, promote and sustain appropriate development within the LDFA district.  The group works closely with Township, County and State governments and look forward to partnering with a new restaurant.

                The LDFA’s main benefits include:
ñ  Wayne County Michigan Region
ñ  Conveniently located off I-75 and I-275
ñ  Railway Access
ñ  Near Wayne County Metro Detroit Airport
ñ  Close to Huron Twp. Police Station
ñ  Class A Sewer and Water
ñ  Large Real Property Parcels, with favorable infrastructure and zoning
ñ  Skilled Planners and other professional assistance
What does this mean for a restaurateur? Access to thousands of employees in a 1 mile radius for lunch and dinner! 
            The Local Development Finance Authority (LDFA) takes pleasure in asking you to consider Huron Charter Township for a future restaurant facility.  Please consider relocating or adding such a facility in or near the Township’s LDFA District, as the growing number of employers in the District are asking constantly for additional eating facilities. 
             There are currently over 1200 managers and well-paid employees in the manufacturing District creating a growing and increasingly viable market for restaurant services in the Township. The volunteer LDFA Board assists many companies in the Township with creative financing and technical assistance as well as infrastructure planning.  A business  may be able to connect with the developing infrastructure in the LDFA and can expect the full cooperation of the LDFA in obtaining information concerning your potential for growth in the Township.
                Huron Township is a great place to live and work.  While most properties are rural and have a country setting, our community has much to offer in friendly residential neighborhoods, outstanding schools, metro parks, golf, and other outdoor activities.  Huron Township is  a stone’s throw from all of the benefits of urban living, but there are no family style restaurants, for our businesses who employ over 1200, within close proximity to the LDFA district.

           More information can be found on the web site www.hurontwpldfa.com  and make sure to check out the on-line Blog, Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin locations.

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