City council awards incentive deal for Vitro equipment

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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Vitro Architectural Glass (Formerly PPG Glass)
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