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Central States wants to invest $12 million in New Haven grain storage

Central States Enterprises wants to invest more than $12 million at its grain storage operation in New Haven, according to paperwork filed with the Allen County Department of Planning Services.

The business will seek a seven-year tax abatement that will save $129,000. Central States wants to add a grain receiving system that includes a dump pit, conveyers and dust system. Officials said the machinery will increase uploading capacity.

Last summer, Central States sought to spend $7.9 million to add two concrete grain silos and related equipment at its 356 Hartzell Road operations.

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