Recently Approved WCIDA Projects

CALENDAR Year 2014 - Projects

CFI Properties, Inc. /Creative Food Ingredients, Inc.

Creative Food Ingredients, Inc. produces and sells baked ingredient products to the prepared dessert, confectionery, ice cream, and nutritional bar industries. The company was founded in 2005 and is based in Perry, New York at the previous Archway Cookie location.  CFI employs 130 people at their tree nut and peanut-free manufacturing facility in Perry and another 20 people at their administrative offices and distribution center in Mississauga, Ontario.  CFI Properties, Inc. has plans to construct a 50,000 sq. ft. addition to its existing facility.  The expansion will allow the company to connect the two buildings it currently works out of in order to make production flow more efficiently. The addition will also provide increased storage for raw materials, a wash area, and warehouse/ load out space for finished product. The business currently has 130 employees in the county and expects to create 80 additional full-time jobs over the next 3 years. The Company requests a PILOT agreement for temporary abatement of property tax and abatement of sales tax on construction materials and non-production equipment.  Approximate value of these incentives is more than $100,000; therefore a public hearing will be necessary. Total incentives proposed, over a ten year period, are estimated to be $533,600. Public Hearing Notice - CFI Properties Inc.doc

 


Maple Pro, Inc DBA CDL USA

CDL USA has plans to acquire property on Route 19A in the Village of Castile to construct a store and distribution center.  This project will allow CDL USA to provide better service in Western New York and increase its market share in the area.  The project includes purchase of a 2.26 acre property where CDL USA will build a 60 x 120 (7,200 sq. ft.) pole beam and metal siding building to facilitate its distribution warehouse and retail store space.  The business currently has no employees in the county expects to create 3 fulltime jobs over the next 3 years. WCIDA Mtg Min Aug 14 2014.doc / Authorizing Resolution for Maple Pro DBA CDL USA.pdf

Center Street Business Center, LLC

                 

The Center Street Business Center, LLC will reconstruct 28,000 sq. ft. of space available in a vacant textile Mill on Center Street in Warsaw. This building will house Wyoming County's proposed Agriculture and Business Center of Excellence; enabling the County to co-locate Agriculture and Economic Development services in one building.  The goal is to enhance inter-agency efficiencies and synergies to stimulate expansion of the Dairy Industry, provide a one stop shop for the agriculture community and promote regional leadership within Wyoming County. The completed project is expected to house 13 agencies.  This project will require an investment of more than $4.5 million. There are currently 49 jobs combined in these agencies, employment is expected to grow by 7-10 people over the next 3 years. The project owner has asked the IDA for a deviated PILOT agreement for temporary abatement of property tax (extended over 15 years), abatement of sales tax on construction materials and non-production equipment as well as an abatement of mortgage recording tax. Approximate value of these incentives is greater than $100,000; therefore a public hearing is scheduled in the Village of Warsaw. Public Hearing Notice - Center Street.doc / PUBLIC HEARING MINUTES - Center Street Business Center.doc/WCIDA Mtg Min August 22 2013.doc/ Resolution- Rutowski.docx / Center Street Reaffirmation Resolution 4-10-14.pdf

 

CALENDAR YEAR 2013 - IDA PROJECTS

Arcade & Attica Railroad, Inc.

                       

The A & A Railroad operates the only steam locomotive located in New York, a historic train depot with a gift shop and a scenic train ride. The A & A originated in the 1800's and is a popular historic attraction for thousands of tourists each year.  The A & A still has commercial use and provides the transportation of molasses and other ingredients to the Reisdorf Bros. Feed Mill in North Java, N.Y. The A & A Railroad Corp. has asked for sales tax abatement on construction materials for the maintenance and bridge rehabilitation project to replace defective bridge timbers, install new track, installation of new siding for the improvement of freight flow. The Approximate value of these incentives is less than $100,000; therefore a public hearing will not be scheduled. WCIDA Annual Mtg Min Sept26 2013.doc / Resolution for incentives- A &A RailRoad.doc

RevCrest, Inc.- Rev Crest, Inc. is a newly formed collection agency which has secured a lease agreement with Washington Street Partners for a space previously used as a call center by West Management. The project owner has requested abatement of sales tax on non-production equipment to assist in equipment acquisition and installation at its call center facility located at 461 North Main Street Warsaw, New York. Approximate value of these incentives is less than $100,000; therefore a public hearing will not be scheduled. The start- up business plans to create 26 new jobs over the next 3 years. WCIDA Annual Mtg Min Sept26 2013.doc/ Resolution for incentives-RevCrestInc.doc

Perry Holding Company, LLC- The Company is remodeling and expanding its facility which is rented to the Perry Veterinary Clinic.  The project consists of the construction of a new 7488 sq. ft. Morton Building to be used as warehouse space and to make additional access for vet and freight trucks.  The project will also include remodeling 5000 sq. ft of the current office space to make more employee space, conference room and store display area. The additional space will allow Perry Vet Clinic to order supplies from vendors at a more cost effective rate and therefore pass along the savings to customers.  The Company has asked for a PILOT agreement for temporary abatement of property tax, abatement of sales tax on construction materials and non-production equipment as well as an abatement of mortgage recording tax. Approximate value of these incentives is less than $100,000; therefore a public hearing will not be scheduled. WCIDA Mtg Min August 22 2013.doc / resolution for incentives -Perry Holding Company.doc

Maple Grove Enterprises- Maple Grove Enterprises is expanding its facility by building a new 70' x 100' steel structure to bridge two existing buildings to allow for needed space for manufacturing and fabricating.  The Company has asked for a PILOT agreement for temporary abatement of property tax, abatement of sales tax on construction materials and non-production equipment as well as an abatement of mortgage recording tax. Approximate value of these incentives is less than $100,000; therefore a public hearing will not be scheduled. Founded in 2000, the company is family owned and operated by Ted, Phil, Michele and Jen Hobin.  Maple Grove Enterprises specializes in millwright services, custom metal fabrication, sandblasting, painting and welding services to industry throughout the Northeast. The business currently employs 24 people; it is expected that 12 new jobs will be created over the next 3 years. WCIDA Mtg Min July 25 2013.doc /resolution for incentives -Maple Grove.doc

Center Street Business Center, LLC - The Center Street Business Center, LLC will reconstruct 28,000 sq. ft. of space available in a vacant textile Mill on Center Street in Warsaw. This building will house Wyoming County's proposed Agriculture and Business Center of Excellence; enabling the County to co-locate Agriculture and Economic Development services in one building.  The goal is to enhance inter-agency efficiencies and synergies to stimulate expansion of the Dairy Industry, provide a one stop shop for the agriculture community and promote regional leadership within Wyoming County. The completed project is expected to house 13 agencies.  This project will require an investment of more than $4.5 million. There are currently 49 jobs combined in these agencies, employment is expected to grow by 7-10 people over the next 3 years. The project owner has asked the IDA for a deviated PILOT agreement for temporary abatement of property tax (extended over 15 years), abatement of sales tax on construction materials and non-production equipment as well as an abatement of mortgage recording tax. Approximate value of these incentives is greater than $100,000; therefore a public hearing is scheduled in the Village of Warsaw. Public Hearing Notice - Center Street.doc / PUBLIC HEARING MINUTES - Center Street Business Center.doc/WCIDA Mtg Min August 22 2013.doc/ Resolution- Rutowski.docx / Center Street Reaffirmation Resolution 4-10-14.pdf

Paddock Breeding Services & Dairy Supplies, LLC.  - Paddock Breeding Service & Dairy Supplies, LLC has acquired property from the Village of Warsaw in the Warsaw Industrial Park.  Paddock Breeding Service & Dairy Supplies plans to construct a new 11,600 sq. ft. facility.  The building, which will be a single story pole barn style; will house warehouse space and offices for the business. The business currently employs 12 people and is expected to grow to 21 people over the next 3 years.  The Company requested aPILOT agreement for temporary abatement of property tax, abatement of sales tax on construction materials and non-production equipment. Approximate value of these incentives is less than $100,000; therefore a public hearing was not scheduled.  The Board approved Paddock's request at it June 27, 2013 meeting. WCIDA Mtg Min June 27 2013.doc

Caring Harts Transport, Inc. - Caring Harts Transport is a family business that began six years ago with assistance from the Wyoming County Micro Loan program. The company provides non emergency wheelchair and stretcher transportation to persons in and around Wyoming County. Caring Harts' facility is need of roof repair and a new overhead door.  Caring Harts has continued to grow and plans to add an additional two (2) medical transport vans each year for the next two years creating 4 fulltime driver positions.  Currently the Company is showing a profit over previous years and hopes to continue the favorable growth.  The company requested a $45,000 WCBAC loan for needed roof repairs and a new overhead door for their facility.  The Board Approved the Business's request at it's May 23, 2013 meeting. WCIDA Mtg Min May 23 2013.doc

 

 CALENDAR YEAR 2012 - IDA PROJECTS

Drasgow, Inc. - Drasgow Inc. a machining business in the Town of Wethersfield has plans for a 6,000 sq. ft. addition to its facility to add room for CNC Machining, tool and die work and inventory storage.  The project which would create 6 new jobs was approved for incentives at the February 2012 Board of Directors meeting. The project was then put on hold while the financial backing was secured.  At the WCIDA's October Board meeting the project was once again presented and approved for incentives.

Koike Aronson, Inc. - Koike Aronson, Inc. in Arcade, N.Y. has plans for a 30,000 sq. ft. addition to its manufacturing facility.  The $6.2 m expansion will have incentive benefits valued at more than $99,000 therefore, a public hearing was held on June 21, 2012 in the village of Arcade Hall.  The expansion, which will create 15-20 new jobs, was approved for tax incentives by the WCIDA Board at its July 2012 Board of Directors meeting. 

Byrncliff Inc. - The Byrncliff Resort & Conference Center plans to expand and upgrade its rooms and club house and offer a bed & breakfast venue.  The company plans to purchase and remodel a house to provide long term stay accommodations for visitors using the golf course.  The Company also plans to expand and remodel the conference center and club house.  The project will be a $1.15 m capital investment and create 10 new jobs.  The WCIDA Board approved the request for tax incentives at its April 2012 Board of Directors meeting.

LVM Materials, LLC - LVM Materials, owned and operated by Lee Maher in Bliss, N. Y., had plans for a pallet grinding and sawdust business. The business will create 6 jobs initially. The WCIDA Board approved the request for tax incentives at its March 2012 Board of Directors meeting.

Biggest Loser Niagara/ Snyder Corp. -The Beaver Hollow Conference Center expanded its facility to accommodate the Biggest Loser Niagara Camp. The Biggest Loser T.V. show has made a project of this kind very successful.  The Project included a 3.5 million dollar capital investment in renovation of rooms, construction of exercise buildings and an in ground pool.  The WCIDA Board approved tax incentives for this project at its February 2012 Board of Directors meeting.  This project is projected to create 75 new jobs.

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