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January 8, 2014
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County OKs $200,000 Cristek incentive

Douglas County commissioners approved allocation of $200,000 in state “catalyst” funds to a new business that must make good on its pledge to create 50 new jobs at an average wage of $18.46 per hour.

Cristek Interconnects, Inc., has been operating on Orbit Way in the Bently Science Park since October.

Lisa Granahan, Douglas County economic vitality manager, told commissioners Monday the average wage must meet or exceed the lesser of the state or county wage.

Site manager Kathy Jo Kidd read a letter to the board from Cristi Cristich, founder and president, who was unable to attend the meeting. …

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