New tempered glass company heading to Bluegrass Industrial Park

A new tempered glass manufacturer, 310 Tempering, is moving to Bluegrass Industrial Park in Jeffersontown.   We first reported on this company last week, when it was preliminarily approved for $1.5 million in tax incentives from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority.

Those incentives were based on the company's plans to invest nearly $6 million in the project.

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