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- Goya gets tax breaks to expand in Angola - David Robinson/The Buffalo News
Goya Foods is getting nearly $1.3 million in tax breaks from the Erie County Industrial Development Agency for a $13.5 million project to expand its Angola bean-processing plant.
The project, which is expected to add 20 jobs to its 94-person work force within the next two years, would add 45,000 square feet to its plant on South Main Street and install new equipment that will speed up its bean-soaking process.
- Galvstar wins tax breaks for steel operation - David Robinson/The Buffalo News
A plan to open a steel processing business in a portion of the abandoned American Axle & Manufacturing plant on the East Side won more than $280,000 in tax breaks Monday from the Erie County Industrial Development Agency.
Galvstar LLC plans to acquire 120,000 square feet of space in the East Delavan Avenue factory for a $23.8 million start-up venture that company officials hope will produce 180,000 tons of galvanized steel per year and employ 50 people.
- GEICO seeking to hire almost 300 at Amherst site as business grows - Jonathan D. Epstein/The Buffalo News
Auto insurer GEICO Corp. said Monday that it is seeking to hire almost 300 sales, service and claims employees over the next several months, for two different company operations in its Amherst facility.
-- George Pyle/The Buffalo News
[Oddly devoid of tax breaks]