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Alamance County and the City of Mebane agreed separately on October 1 to offer incentive packages to Somerset, NJ-based Universal Preserve-a-Chem in an effort to win the company’s expansion into a former Southern Season warehouse facility in Mebane.

The company plans to invest $15 million and create 39 jobs with annual salaries averaging around $40,000, according to an article in the Times-News. First priority in hiring will be given to applicants in the Mebane area. A company representative said it plans to meet with Alamance Community College about future worker training needs.

If the company chooses the Mebane location, the City of Mebane would provide up to $75,000 in annual incentives and Alamance County would provide up to $90,000, payable over three years.

See also: Alamance County considers incentives to NJ-Based chemical co.