The Whitewater Community Development Authority (CDA) has received a $75,000 grant for a seed fund to increase the number of startups in the city and to support emerging growth companies.
Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch visited the Innovation Center at Whitewater University Technology Park on Thursday to declare a 35-acre parcel of the park a "Certified in Wisconsin" site.
The WEDC announced December 15th that it has designated a portion of Whitewater University Technology Park as "Certified in Wisconsin" development-ready site.
The Whitewater Council approved changing the zoning designation in the Whitewater University Technology Park. The lot at the intersection of Universal Boulveard and Technology drive will be re-zoned M1-Manufacturing. A developer plans to build a 40,000 square foot, single story warehouse on the lot.
DP Electronic Recylcing's new $12.5 million facility will be built in the Whitewater University Technology Park and will employ about 120 people.