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Brandon Certified Sites
GOED Approves Two Brandon Industrial Parks as ‘Certified Ready’
Two industrial parks in Brandon, S.D., the Brandon Industrial Park and the Corson Development Park, were announced as South Dakota Certified Ready Sites.
"Each time we approve an industrial park as ‘certified ready,' it means our communities are taking critical steps towards further economic development," said Pat Costello, Commissioner, South Dakota Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED). "We've had a successful year so far with this program and I am confident we'll continue to see more and more industrial parks apply for the South Dakota Certified Ready Sites program." [Click here to read more]
See all of the South Dakota Certified Ready Sites by clicking here.
Photo: Front Row, left to right – Dave Anderson, Community Development Representative, Governor's Office of Economic Development and Alex Smith, Business Development Representative, Governor's Office of Economic Development.
Back Row, left to right – Jim Engeseth, Brandon Development Foundation; Kevin Kane, Brandon Development Foundation; Nick Fosheim, Minnehaha County Economic Development Corporation and Dennis Olson, Finance Office, City of Brandon.
Established in 1999, the Corson Development Association represents a partnership between local and regional development organizations including the Brandon Development Foundation, Minnehaha County Economic Development Association (MCEDA) and the Sioux Falls Development Foundation. Combined with the neighboring Brandon Development Park, eight businesses occupy nearly 100 acres and currently employ more than 240 people. Approximately 60 acres of land remain available for development between these two parks.
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