Gov. Mike DeWine confirmed widespread media reports Friday morning when he said Intel plans to spend $20 billion on two semiconductor chip factories in Licking County.
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Morning Headlines: Stark County COVID testing site to close; Intel confirms $20 billion central Ohio chip factoryStark County’s COVID testing site will close Friday at noon; state officials have confirmed plans for a multi-billion-dollar computer chip manufacturing facility to be built in central Ohio; state health officials say that while COVID-19 case and hospitalizations are dropping in Cuyahoga County, the state continues to see high numbers of the omicron variant; and more stories.
But barriers abound for assistance programs like this.
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The only bid the county received is from Cuyahoga County Justice Partners, a group that includes Cleveland-based Ozanne Construction.
Bibb says he inherited a broken system that needs significant overhaul and investment.
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