From CT News Junkie
HARTFORD, Conn. — The state Bond Commission approved $1 million in borrowing Friday to help an emergency home repair company move its headquarters from Stamford to Norwalk.
The bonding will assist the HomeServe USA Corporation in relocating its headquarters as part of an agreement to create 130 jobs and maintain another 109. In addition to a $1 million grant, the company is also eligible for a $3 million, partially forgivable loan and up to $5 million in tax credits. The project was the only item on an unusually short bonding agenda to be opposed by the group’s two Republican members.
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