graphicLabette County officials constantly seek new ways to lend a helping hand. Currently, the Labette County Economic Development Committee chips in on the cost of qualified start-up companies by installing streets, gutters, curbs, sidewalks, water and sewer lines. It also extends tax abatements, loan guarantees and forgivable grants to qualified ventures.

Most incentives are tied to job creation — for instance, companies receive a $3,000 incentive for each new full-time job created by a project that pays $10,000 a year; the scale slides all the way to a $9,000 credit for full-time jobs paying more than $30,000 annually.

From the smallest town to the larger city, banks in Labette County have always taken a cooperative approach in providing the best financial services for business, industry and family. Labette County features five main banks, most with branches throughout the county.

Here in Labette County, many entities have taken advantage of the Internet's flexibility and convenience. Customers can now make inquiries and purchases any hour of any day, year round. They also can communicate directly with company representatives in a manner never before possible. According to research, this interaction between clients and companies on the Internet create stronger business relationships than conventional communication.

E-commerce has revolutionized the way people in our county, as well as everywhere around the world, do business. Why not check out the range of leadership directions these local web sites demonstrate?

www.ukans.edu/cwis/units/IPPBR/ksdata/esum/report/20099.htm

www.amshomefinder.com/KS/KS099.html

www.newnorth.net/~lelandaf/pages/schools/ks/labette.html

www.labettecounty.com/sheriff

 

 

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