Thursday, November 27, 2014


Council approves tax phase-in for new business

Alliance Sheets, LLC, is expected to set up shop in Bristol, creating 40 full-time jobs. The council has approved the business to be designated as an "economic revitalization area."

Posted on April 12, 2014 at 4:07 p.m.

GOSHEN — A corrugated packaging plant is one stop closer to setting up shop in Bristol.

The Elkhart County Council approved a resolution Saturday, April 12, confirming that Alliance Sheets LLC has met the requirements to be considered for a property tax deduction and phase-in for new manufacturing and information technology equipment.

The tax breaks will be allowed for 10 years under the company's designation as an "economic revitalization area." Alliance Sheets is expected to bring 40 full-time jobs to the area.


  • Approved the appointment of Mike Settles to the Elkhart County Property Tax Board of Appeals.
  • Approved an interlocal agreement in connection with the redevelopment commission and the town of Middlebury to loop water mains on the southeast end of town in and around the Jayco campus.
  • Approved the interlocal agreement for the Humane Shelter including Town of Wakarusa, City of Goshen, Town of Middlebury, Town of Bristol and City of Elkhart.
  • Approved an ordinance to enact a reorganized and compiled county code, which will available online.

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