Industrial spec buildings discussed at TIMA meeting
by Franklin Clark, Reporter --
Aug 07, 2013 | 140 140 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Cadiz and Trigg County have a lot going for them, but the biggest obstacle to them attracting new industries is the lack of available existing buildings for industries to move into.

“Most of the leads we get, that’s what they’re asking for,” said Corky Peek, senior project manager for the Kentucky Cabinet for Economic Development’s Department for Business Development. “It’s just cheaper, you know, and now everybody’s cutting corners and trying to save money, even with new projects.”

He, Cadiz-Trigg County Economic Development Commission executive director Sharon Butts and others talked about that and other issues when the Trigg Industrial Managers Association met last Wednesday at the Cadiz Renaissance Center.

“Time is money, you know, they don’t want to wait,” Butts said.

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