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$3.5 million expansion for Clarence bubble hockey maker wins tax breaks

A $3.5 million project that will provide extra space for a Clarence company that makes the popular Super Chexx Bubble Hockey table game has received $516,000 in tax breaks.

Stephen Development and Kulback's, a construction company, are building the 35,000-square-foot, single-story building at 10075 Main St. for Innovative Concepts in Entertainment.

ICE makes coin-operated games for the amusement industry and needs more light manufacturing and distribution space because it has reached the capacity of its 97,000-square-foot facility at 10123 Main St., said controller Craig Erhard.

The Clarence Industrial Development Agency on Thursday approved $377,780 in property, $112,656 in sales and $25,587 in mortgage recording tax breaks, consultant Paul Leone said. In exchange, ICE pledges to hire five and retain 266 workers.

The Town Board on Wednesday approved a special exception use permit for the building, which could open in March.

Bubble hockey maker plans Clarence expansion

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