Keiding to use public bonds to finance a Menomonee Falls location

Menomonee Falls has agreed to work with a Milwaukee business to enable it to buy a 62,000-square-foot building on Commerce Drive.

The Village Board on April 18 unanimously voted to work with Keiding to provide $6.4 million in public bonds.

Keiding recycles paper to make packaging for a variety of products. 

This company plans to move into the building at N90 W14507 Commerce Drive, and would create 15 to 20 new jobs in the village. The property is currently occupied by Nova Technology International, but is being sold.

Keiding would also continue to occupy its building at  4545 W. Woolworth Ave., Milwaukee.

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