WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Applications are being made available for a newly established business incentive program in Waynesboro.
The application process will start June 1, with the first business owners set to see benefits in the fall, said state Sen. Terry Punt, R-Franklin.
"We're about ready to kick it off. I'd like to see some businesses locate in downtown Waynesboro with products, merchandise that people want," he said.
Punt has secured $500,000 to provide free or reduced rent for new businesses on Main Street between Clayton Avenue and Grant Street. The program focuses on the first three years of a business' operations.