VIGO COUNTY, Ind. (WTHI) - The former Pfizer property could soon have a new tenant thanks to a 10-year tax abatement.
The abatement was requested by Saturn Petcare from the Vigo County Council.
A council sub-committee approved the 10-year abatement at a Thursday night meeting.
The company plans to make a $38 million investment in overhauling the Pfizer property.
If the pet-care company moves in, it would bring 200 jobs that pay more than $18 an hour.
Saturn scrapped plans to move into the former Kellogg's plant in Seelyville earlier this month.
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