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The project would normally be considered a retail business, which would not be eligible for the benefits, but IDA classifies it as tourism related, with most users coming from outside the area.

If approved, the company hopes to innovate in the spring.

“We are confident in our model. It will be a fair rate of return,” said Lou Terragnoli, director of real estate development for the company.

Duncan Heating and Cooling

The IDA board is also considering tax relief of $ 114,258 over 15 years for Duncan’s Heating and Cooling Corp., which wants to build a 4,500 square foot addition to the facility at 3507 Hyde Park Blvd. at Niagara Falls.

The 20-year-old building on the site has 4,800 square feet of space, but Duncan says it needs additional space for fabrication and fabrication. This will allow it to hire at least nine additional employees, who will receive 160 hours of training in welding and related skills. He is already working with Niagara Worksource One to hire and train local workers in Niagara County.

The 32-year-old Sanborn company – which now employs 34 – started as a small heating and cooling company, but has grown into a $ 5 million company that builds machinery for medical and industrial customers.


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