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July 25th, 2007
Area may get $50M in defense projects
The Dayton region is on track to receive nearly $50 million in earmarks for Dayton-area defense projects, including a $2 million appropriation that could bring 400 jobs to the community.
Among the regional earmarks approved: $1 million for a Toledo-based nanotechnology company that wants to set up a new facility in Dayton. The company, NanoSperse, had been courted by a variety of communities, Gessel said, but wanted to locate in Dayton because of the proximity to the National Composite Center and the University of Dayton Research Institute. This earmark, he said, will make that happen.
NanoSperse has estimated that its Dayton location will bring 400 jobs to the region in the next five years, Gessel said.
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