An Oakwood firm will move to Austin Business Park in Miamisburg as part of a tax deal approved this week. NICK BLIZZARD

NEW DETAILS: Miamisburg tax deals could bring 100-plus jobs from area communities

Miamisburg has approved two tax-credit deals that could bring more than new 100 jobs to the city.

The plans passed by Miamisburg City Council on Tuesday night involve companies now headquartered in the Dayton area, city records show.

C&E Advanced Technologies on 677 Congress Park Drive in Washington Twp. and ChangeUp at 53 Park Ave. in Oakwood would both relocate to Miamisburg under the measures.

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C&E would receive a three-year, 30 percent credit on local income taxes in exchange for building a 35,000 to 40,000 square foot headquarters in the city, potentially bringing 53 jobs and a $3.1 million annual payroll, Miamisburg records show.

The Washington Twp. business sells, distributes, designs and integrates sensor technology, according to the city.

The deal for ChangeUp would involve a 25 percent, five-year income tax credit, resulting in 60 new jobs and an annual payroll of $6 million to an 18,000 square foot space in Austin Business Park, according to Miamisburg records.

The Oakwood business focuses on design, marketing and branding, according to city records.

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