The city of Anderson’s Redevelopment Commission has approved more than $3.5 million for infrastructure work related to a manufacturer’s new plant. Our partners at the Herald-Bulletin report the water and sewer project will link up with the NTN Driveshaft facility, which has been under construction since the end of last year.
The company, which has more than 1,500 workers at it U.S. flagship facilities in Bartholomew County, is planning to pump more than $140 million into the project that is expected to create more than 400 jobs.
During an interview with Inside INdiana Business on the day of last year’s groundbreaking, NTN Driveshaft President Jim Riggs said Anderson beat out other sites because of its work force.
The water and sewer extensions will now head to the full city council for final approval.