Apr. 15—In an effort to keep 336 jobs here and create 12 new ones, the
The owners of the 69-year-old Med City manufacturer told its employees and city staff in 2020 that they were considering leaving
In response, the city, working with
Spaeth and Senior Administrative Analyst
If the company does not meet the promised goals, all or some of the money can be recovered by the city and the state.
“In the agreement, there are 'claw back' provisions,” said Spaeth.
Svenby added that
That investment is expected to be used to expand its plant at
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