Glass company takes cash incentive of $3K per job, will build in St. George, Utah –

Just one month after being offered as much as $750,000 in cash to expand in Utah, Minnesota glass manufacturer Viracon said it will build its third U.S. manufacturing plant in St. George.

The company, which also operates facilities in Owatonna, Minn., and Statesboro, Ga., said it will begin construction on a $25 million Washington County facility in May, with completion scheduled for April 2007.

The Governor’s Office of Economic Development Board agreed in February to pay the company $3,000 per job for each worker it adds, up to as many as 250 people.

By Lesley Mitchell
The Salt Lake Tribune

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