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A major corporate office project could soon bring more than 200 high-paying professional jobs to Johnson City in conjunction with the possible expansion of a manufacturer in a nearby county, Mitch Miller told the Washington County Economic Development Council on Thursday.
Without revealing the company’s identity, Council CEO Miller said the $9.5 million office investment, code named Project Stone, would likely be one of the stronger economic drivers introduced in the city in recent years.
“It could be a very, very significant project for Johnson City, for Washington County, for this region as a whole,” Miller told the public and private members of the economic organization’s board.
Read more at the Johnson City Press.