Pflugerville has been the home of Community Impact Newspaper for seven years, and it appears the city will continue to host the company’s corporate offices for at least another decade.

John Garrett, Community Impact Newspaper co-founder and CEO, agreed to an incentive agreement Dec. 18 with the City of Pflugerville and the Pflugerville Community Development Corp. to construct a $2.5 million, 16,000-square-foot corporate headquarters within the 130 Commerce Center mixed-use development park in east Pflugerville.


Communnity Impact biz model

SocraticGadfly | Thursday, December 20, 2012

I still don't "get" the business model of a company that does a monthly newspaper in a metro area that has a daily and an alt-weekly, and doesn't paywall its website. I also don't "get" advertisers who would want to buy into that in either hardcopy or online.

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