St. Clair pursue 2nd deal with company for industrial park

The St. Clair Industrial Park is up for a potential sale from the city of St. Clair, which has owned the park unoccupied for two decades.

The town of St. Clair may be ready to unload the rest of its extended-vacant industrial park that wasn’t provided in a 65-acre offer with Magna Intercontinental final yr.

But very first, the Canadian corporation would have to sign off on an incentives offer right before relocating forward with an extra manufacturing challenge.

On Monday, Metropolis Council users agreed to propose a deal that would include things like utilizing $150,000 in St. Clair County land financial institution cash and waiving metropolis service fees.

St. Clair Mayor Monthly bill Cedar reported he wasn’t sure when they’d hear back again on the proposal, even though Town Superintendent Warren Rother claimed he hoped to locate out the status of the variety course of action in the next two to three weeks.

Possibly way, Cedar explained officials thought it was value the additional investment decision from nearby agencies for a second industrial park job. He stated “just shy of 25 acres” continues to be accessible on the home.