City council awards incentive deal for Vitro equipment

Date: 13 February 2017

The Vitro Architectural Glass plan, formerly PPG, has been positioned to be the receiver of an expansion project and new manufacturing equipment thanks to a $3 million incentive package approved Tuesday morning by the Wichita Falls City Council.

The city councilors voted 6-1 in favor of the Wichita Falls Economic Development Corp. proposal, which was approved by its board on Jan. 19. District 5 City Councilor Romeo Montez III was the lone vote against the measure.

The agenda item also lumped in a proposal by the WFEDC to approve funds up to $75,000 to the Sheppard Military Affairs Committee for a large event in March.

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