Nestle
May 9, 2024
The City of Marysville is working with Nestle, pictured in the aerial photo above, on a deal that will pave the way for a $30-million expansion at the facility. The move will allow the company to bring 200 new jobs to the city. (Journal-Tribune file photo)

Nestle plans $30M campus expansion

 

By Mac Cordell, Marysville J-T Reporter

Marysville City Council is moving forward with legislation to keep one of the community’s largest companies in the community.

At Monday night’s work session, council heard the first reading of legislation offering an income tax credit to the Nestle Company in exchange for the company keeping 150 jobs in Marysville, creating 200 new jobs in town and investing an expected $30 million into its local facility.

Ahead of the meeting, City Manager Terry Emery said that “sometime last year” city officials were notified that Nestle was looking to consolidate two facilities — one in Marysville employing about 150 individuals and one in Dublin that employs ab…

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