With more industrial users, the city is able to provide lower rates to residents and other utility users, officials have said.
“To start the production floor will work one shift, 6 a.m. to 2 p.m., with the potential for second and third shifts in (the) future,” wrote Erin Standen, the project manager, with Miller-Valentine Construction. “They will be in operation Monday thru Friday, and possibly Saturday mornings if orders require additional hours.”
Enterprise Park is located north of Tylersville Road, west of the Ohio 4 Bypass and south of Ohio 129.
Amid layoffs and an economic downturn caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the project is one of several in Hamilton that is moving forward.
Origin Venture received a 1.618 percent Job Creation Tax Credit over eight years from the Ohio Tax Credit Authority.
REDI Cincinnati, the entity authorized to comment on the company’s location to Hamilton, did not return calls this week.
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