CHURUBUSCO — Turtle Town, as Churubusco is affectionately referred to, is not only about growing reptiles, but it is also about a growing economy.
Last month, Churubusco Town Council members revealed that Inwelligent Healthcare, Inc., currently located on the East Coast, was looking to relocate to the town, bringing with it new jobs for the area.
“Right now they are forecasting about 50 employees in the first three years,” Town Council President Frank Kessler said.
“They could grow to need 90 in the future.”
As proposed, the healthcare company would occupy office space for customer service and billing.
A real estate transaction is currently in the works for an existing property within the town’s limits.
At Wednesday’s Churubusco town council meeting, Kessler said the company was waiting on approval of wording in the purchase agreement.
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