Company Requests Incentives to Stay, Grow in Longmont

OnCore Manufacturing Services, which makes precision industrial components used in the defense and health care industries wants to build a new manufacturing facility in Longmont. The company has grown from six to 134 employees since opening its facility in 2003. City Council approval is required because OnCore has requested that the City rebate 100 percent of development fees ($252,000) associated with the construction of the new facility. Before the unanimous vote on first reading to approve the rebate, Council member Sean McCoy wanted to know if “someone” advised OnCore to apply for the rebate and pushed a company representative into saying that a Realtor® had suggested they ask for it. The second and final hearing on the rebate is scheduled for Nov. 9.

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