The Columbus City Council wants a solar panel manufacturer to pay for missing hiring projections. Our partners at The Republic report members passed a resolution this week calling on Nusun Inc. to pay a monthly fee after the company did not prove it had done enough to meet previous agreements. Nusun has hired 17 employees since a 2011 agreement, not the 80 it had pledged.

A city council resolution approved Monday outlines several steps the company must take to regain compliance by the end of next year.

You can read the full measure by clicking here.

You can read The Republic by clicking here.

The publication reports Nusun received hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants from the city and county, as well as $500,000 in funding set aside by the riverboat casino in Lawrenceburg.

Sources: The Republic, City of Columbus

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