A precision metal forming company in western Kentucky is expanding and plans to add about 50 jobs.
The Messenger-Inquirer reports the Hines Group plans the expansion at its location in Philpot at the MidAmerican Airpark.
Meanwhile, Daviess County officials are considering $200,000 in incentives to help with the expansion.
Wayne Foster, chairman of the Daviess County Economic Development Advisory Board, says the company will be offering high-paying, good jobs to workers. The group recommended giving the company the incentive, but the final decision lies with the Fiscal Court.
The money would come out of a $1 million pot county officials set up two years ago to help it attract more jobs to the areas.
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