BRIGHTON – Council approved tax incentives for TransWest Inc. to move to the city.
An estimated 250 jobs could come with the relocation. If everything continues as planned, Trans-West Inc. will consolidate numerous facilities throughout Adams County to the business park. The total package of incentives is more than $500,000 over six years, according to a report from Brighton's economic development office.
"Our council is focused on jobs and bolstering our local economy," Mayor Dick McLean said.
The proposed economic incentives include a number of rebates as well as potential savings on equipment sales tax. Up to 50 more employees could also come on board over the next three years.
The project would also include the development of two buildings totaling 238,132 square feet.