Airgas considers Minooka site for manufacturing facility
Negotiating 10-year incentive package to locate in county's EDPA #1
A nationwide company has made Grundy County one of its four top choices for constructing a manufacturing plant estimated to bring in 50 jobs.
Airgas is considering Minooka in its multi-state search for a location for its proposed liquefied fuel gas manufacturing facility, said Missy Durkin, Grundy Economic Development Council business development director.
The GEDC is working with Airgas and the county to try and bring in the project. GEDC and Airgas representatives met with the Grundy County Tax Committee again Wednesday.
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