Business briefs: Commissioners table industrial building proposal

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HANCOCK COUNTY — The Hancock County Commissioners tabled a developer’s request to rezone land needed for three proposed industrial buildings totaling nearly 2.3 million square feet.

Indianapolis-based GDI Holdings LLC is pursuing a rezone from an agricultural designation to an industrial business park one on nearly 200 acres at the northwest corner of County Roads 300N and 300W. The firm is eyeing the site for two buildings over 900,000 square feet and one nearly 450,000 square feet. The proposed developments are speculative, meaning without occupants yet secured.

A majority of Hancock County Plan Commission members voted in June to send the rezone request to the county commissioners with an unfavorable recommendation. While the county’s comprehensive plan recommends industrial activities in that area, commission members expressed concerns that the development would contribute to what officials have been describing as an outpacing of public safety and infrastructure needs.

Tractor Supply completes remodel

GREENFIELD — Tractor Supply’s location in the city has completed a remodeling that aims to allow customers to shop with improved ease and efficiency and features customer service upgrades as well as advancements in in-store technology.

The changes offer customers the ability to shop aisles more seamlessly through a revamped view of what the store has to offer, including many new products, according to a news release. The store also features a new Customer Service Hub that can quickly provide guidance or assistance along with upgraded digital tools available to help customers find what they need.

The store is open 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily at 1645 N. State St.

Wealth management firm partners with Omaha company

GREENFIELD — Dynamic Legacy Planning, a full-service wealth management firm based in Greenfield, is teaming up with Omaha-based Carson Partners.

Carson Group serves financial advisers and investors through its businesses including Carson Wealth, Carson Coaching and Carson Partners. The family of companies offers coaching and partnership services to advisor firms, as well as financial advice to the investing public.

Carson Partners will help Dynamic Legacy Planning with back-end services like marketing, technology, investment management and social media. The Greenfield firm will still remain independently owned with CEO and senior wealth advisor Jason White fully empowered to make all business and operational decisions.

Dynamic Legacy Planning’s five-person team has $55 million in assets under management.