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SEDCO moves forward with $465K land purchase

8/12/21 (Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat) With two real estate transactions Tuesday following a closed executive session, Sherman Economic Development Corp. moved forward on the $465,000 purchase of one tract of land near Flannery road the start of negotiations on another tract elsewhere. SEDCO President Kent Sharp said the economic developer has no current plans for the Read More

SEDCO $500K land incentive approved for 903 Brewers

8/11/21 (Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat) 903 Brewers is getting some help in its efforts to build a new brewery along FM 1417.  Sherman Economic Development Corp. has agreed to pledge an incentive valued at about $500,000 towards the company’s new project. The agreement  that will provide a site for the new facility was unanimously approved by SEDCO Read More

Workforce Solutions ramps up outreach with positions

5/17/21 (Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat) Jumping into the workforce can be hard for students and young adults. Through the help of two new outreach specialists, Workforce Solutions Texoma is working on a new way to help educate students about locally-available jobs and what they need to do to pursue them. The new program comes as Read More

SEDCO approves $67K incentive for Eaton construction

5/12/21 (Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat) Eaton B-line could soon receive some assistance in a minor expansion at its Sherman production plant. The Sherman Economic Development Corp. approved an incentive of up to $67,200 the construction of new facilities at the plant during a meeting Tuesday afternoon. The incentive relates to a new $672,000 construction project Read More

Amid market demand, industrial shell building agreement hits SEDCO

5/12/21 (Michael Hutchins, Herald Democrat) Recently, Sherman Economic Develop Corp. has been receiving significant interest in businesses willing to move to Sherman, but only if the city has pre-built sites available. However, the city’s stock of existing buildings is limited. So in an effort to meet industry demand, SEDCO Board of Directors voted on Tuesday to Read More

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