$NAKD BIG NEWS..... Commercial electric car maker Centro is considering the Jacksonville plant A memorandum and a project summary prepared on November 15 by the city's Economic Development Office show that Centro is seeking $ 25 million in property tax incentives. According to the note from Office of Economic Development CEO Kirk Wendland, the legislation was filed on November 17th. The mayoral committee is scheduled to vote on Nov. 22 on the financial request to offer the electric car maker a Recapture Enhanced Value grant of up to $ 450,000. City Council President Sam Newby is expected to introduce legislation on Nov. 23 on behalf of Mayor Lenny Curry. It will include an economic development agreement with Centro. An exhibit attached to the agreement shows Centro considering space in Lane Industrial Park at 2282 Lane Ave. N. in northwest Jacksonville. The real estate site LoopNet lists two spaces of 20,000 to 160,000 square feet that are available for rent in the facility.