St. Joseph City Council has a full agenda for Monday night’s meeting at City Hall, including allocating bonds towards an Industrial Development Project.
The ordinance (#612-18) authorizes the City to issue its Taxable Industrial Development Revenue bonds in a principal amount not exceeding $6.5 million to Lifeline Foods’ expansion project. LifeLine Communication Specialist Melissa Chesnut said the company is building a second mill for its masa flour production.
The project, costing the company a total of $12 million, will create 13 new jobs with an annual salary of $60,000. A majority of the 13 jobs will be for operator roles.
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