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City approves a Community Improvement District for retailer
4 Mar 2021
Dodge City commissioners created a Community Improvement District project for Harbor Freight Tools to come into Dodge City in a portion of the old Alco building in Comanche Plaza.
According to Dodge City/Ford County Economic Development executive director Joan Knight, the CID will also leave 9,000 square feet of space for another retailer to come into the portion of the old Alco building.
Owners of the building are Phil Bundy and Bruce Christiansen of BCPB, LC, who will be investing in Dodge City.
According to its website, Harbor Freight Tools started as a small family-owned business in 1977 to provide quality tools at lower prices.