Pittsburgh-based Carmeuse Lime and Stone is planning to expand its operations in Gary and add at least 100 jobs. The company is looking to develop an “engineered fuel” technology facility in a new industrial park.

June 6, 2014

News Release

WHAT: Carmeuse Lime selected the City of Gary to expand its operations and develop an “engineered fuel” technology facility which will result in at least 100 new good-paying jobs and an infusion of $250,000 in workforce development funds. This project is the first development in the newly established Industrial Park in Gary.

WHO: Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson, City of Gary

Jeff Bittner, Area Operations Manager, Carmeuse Lime

Kevin Whyte, Vice President and General Counsel, Carmeuse Lime

Joseph Van Dyk, Executive Director, Gary Redevelopment Commission

Kenya Jones, Board President, Gary Redevelopment Commission

Kyle Allen, Common Council President, City of Gary

Bo Kemp, Advisor to the Mayor, City of Gary

WHEN: Monday, June 9, 2014, 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.

WHERE: Gary City Hall, 401 Broadway, Gary, IN 46402

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