Industrial business park

News Record Photo/Tim Goessman

This property along Highway 59 is one site that has potential to become a new industrial park, developed by the Energy Capital Economic Development group. The effort is in its early stages as locations and methods of paying for the park are explored.

Gillette-based Energy Capital Economic Development has some lofty goals for the future, and while they could take months and years to achieve, the group is determined to get them done.

One of those goals is to build an industrial business park that would attract all scopes and sizes of some primary industries to help build a more diverse Campbell County economy.

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