“All layoffs were due to unforeseeable business changes related to COVID-19,” Sugar Creek added in its letter. “No additional layoffs are planned at this time but, given the unpredictable business climate during the COVID-19 pandemic, this is subject to change. Letters were sent to these employees providing information on how to file for unemployment benefits.”
Neither the state nor I Am Boundless, a Worthington-based behavioral services non-profit agency, breaks down its layoffs by location. It reported total layoffs of 87.
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Recently, Sugar Creek spent $350,000 on two acres of land adjacent to its North Gettysburg Avenue plant.
The Washington Court House-based food producer has a Dayton plant at 1241 N. Gettysburg. The recently purchased pair of parcels are close by at 1365 N. Gettysburg, Montgomery County property records show.