In a special Common Council meeting today, council members voted 7-0 to approve a development agreement between the city of Merrill and Hurd Windows and Doors. Hurd’s subsidiary, Superseal Windows and Doors, plans to begin operating at Hurd’s existing facility on Water Street this fall.
City Council member Jeremy Thompson was not present at today's meeting.
Council members also approved a measure today to create a new tax increment district on the city’s west side, including the project plan for the 26-year TID. Officials expect the new district to generate enough property tax revenue to offset the $200,000 that will be given to Hurd.
Read more in Wednesday’s print and online editions of the Wausau Daily Herald.