Your Partner in Prosperity
May-June 2022
Happy sunshine and a warm welcome to the long awaited lazy days of summer. I hope you are all looking forward to returning back to a new "normal". The opportunities to meet with family, friends, attend parties, festivals, go swimming, take hikes, go fishing, boating and simply enjoying some freedom. Please be safe & have Fun!
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Welcome US Medical Glove Company, (USMGC) to the MEDC and to our community.
The Montgomery Economic Development Board had the opportunity to take a tour of the new glove facility before they begin production. What an exciting story & tour this was! The floors and walls were immaculate. Bringing more manufacturing back to the United States is a huge accomplishment. Be sure to watch the video which is linked and underlined above.
When USMGC visited our local florist, Schaefer Greenhouses, John Gibson, chief operating officer asked to see their flowers. When asked how many he would like, he said, "all of them please. "
That is how we do business in Montgomery!

Thank you USMGC for reaching out to our local businesses!

Photo credits for all USMGC photos: Andrew King.
MEDC Member News
Performance Foodservice's Ribbon Cutting
Press release
Ribbon Cutting
(photo credit Village of Montgomery)

Performance Foodservice held an event for local government officials and staff on April 11, 2022 at 5:00 PM.
(pictured above)
Chef DJ provided an impressive array of samples for everyone.
Engineering Enterprises Inc. (EEI) continues to expand! Congratulations on your 3rd location!
EEI 3rd office
photo credit: EEI
Announcing EEI's Newest Branch Office
Engineering Enterprises, Inc. is excited to announce the opening of its newest branch office located in the Hamilton Partners Business Complex at 555 Pierce Road, Suite 105 in the Village of Itasca, Illinois.
Are you looking for a way to pay less in income Taxes?
How can I pay less in income tax and have additional cash? By having a cost segregation study done, you can accomplish that. We are consultants assisting your tax professional, by accelerating your depreciation you create a Net Operating loss thus giving you a tax benefit of $40,000-$80,000 per 1 million in building costs. Another benefit is you are compliant to the Tangible Property regulations that were introduced in 2014. Those regulations determine what component of the building is expensed or capitalized. Who wants to pay less in income taxes? Everyone...of course. When you are remodeling you can also have us do a Partial Asset Disposition Study. (PADS). We assign dollars to what you are throwing away creating an additional expense thus lowering your tax burden. Call me today 630-277-7521 to receive your no cost analysis and start reducing your income tax burden. Brian L. Haney
National Account Executive 630-277-7521 Cost Segregation CSSI Flyer PADS
Thanks to our renewing members for their continued support!
The MEDC along with many of our partners will continue to find ways to help our employers find staff. Please give us a call. We are happy to post jobs and share employment opportunities.
The Fire Department needs your support.

The Village of Montgomery is served by five independent fire protection districts. I would like to address two of those fire districts at this time. #1 Montgomery and Countryside Fire Protection District will be having their largest fundraising event, (pancake breakfast) on June 9, 2022 after being cancelled for 2 years due to Covid. Supporting this event is very IMPORTANT. You can buy raffles, place an ad, be a sponsor or just donate. Please call for more information: 630.897.0622 or click link underlined pancake breakfast above. (advertise)
#2 Oswego Fire Protection District covers Oswego, Montgomery, Plainfield & Yorkville. They are in need of equipment & staff and the support of a referendum passing to support their needs. Please visit Friends of Oswego Fire Department or click above on information concerning the importance of this referendum and Please Vote YES!
Want to make a difference in a Childs life?
A new Kiwanis club chapter was formed last year to serve Sugar Grove Township and the Village of Montgomery. We would love to invite you to our next meeting or have you get to know our club. Zoom meeting options are available.
Check us out or give us a call.
Let us help you with "complimentary" advertising
If you need a place to advertise, post a job or announce something special
please sign up and post on the MEDC website created just for this purpose.
The MEDC website also has a location for you to post jobs as well as a place to post a resume.
The MEDC Board is a volunteer -based Board that provides input and direction to the MEDC. The MEDC along with the business community leaders have helped create an environment that provides resources and opportunities for businesses to grow and flourish in our community. The members of the MEDC are community supporters that help make our community a stronger place. Thanks for being a part of our family.
Pictured above from last years event
(L to R) Sonya Abt, Community Development Director, Doug Marecek, Trustee, Matt Brolley, Village President & Jeff Zoephel, Village administrator & MEDC Board member.
Be sure to sign up and reserve your spot before we are sold out!
MEDC Annual Golf Outing
September 8, 2022

Click here for last years schedule and timing of events brochure
Montgomery Property Listings
If you are looking for property in Montgomery, be sure to visit our website or call our office for the most updated information.
MEDC, along with many of our partners, would like to thank all of our members and leaders of the community. Funding the organization helps bring together all the pieces needed to provide a positive and growing economic base for Montgomery. Please be sure to reach out and let us know how we can address your ongoing needs. I hope this newsletter provides some useful resources for you.
Charlene Coulombe
Charlene Coulombe EDFP CEcD 
Executive Director
Montgomery Economic Development Corporation
office: 630-897-6748
cell:  815-703-1338