Miamisburg passes measures to bring more than 100 jobs to city

Measures to help bring more than 100 jobs were approved by Miamisburg City Council on Tuesday night.

Council approved legislation helping to fund the move of a Beavercreek defense contractor to Miamisburg as part of an expansion that includes nearly 70 jobs.

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It also signed off on a plan seeking to bring 40 more jobs with the relocation of a Centerville lawn care business.

Cornerstone Research Group is getting Montgomery County and city incentives to move from Indian Ripple Road in Beavercreek Twp., while Miamisburg is proposing a tax credit for Buckeye Eco Care.

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The Cornerstone jobs include an average annual salary of more than $80,0000, Miamisburg records show. Buckeye’s average about $45,000 a year.

Cornerstone plans to move the current United Grinding North America site on Earl Boulevard when the company completes a $13 million continental headquarters off Byers Road near the Austin interchange.

Buckeye plans to build a 30,000 square foot building at the intersection of Belvo and Byers roads in the Byers Business Park, records show.

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