400 Jobs Coming to Dover in Connection with Pipeline Project

From the Times-Reporter:
About 400 good-paying jobs with the Price Gregory pipeline company will be coming to the city as it becomes the headquarters for a major pipeline project covering 52 miles from Cadiz to Canton. 
Mayor Richard Homrighausen made the announcement at Monday night’s Dover City Council meeting. 
“This will indeed be a boon to Dover’s economy and to this area,” the mayor said. “It will generate untold tax dollars, not only to the city, but also to businesses throughout the Dover area” and Tuscarawas Valley region. 
The 16-inch diameter pipeline project is for Marathon Oil. 
Price Gregory will employ about 400 people based at the site, he said, adding that at least half of them will be subject to Dover’s 1.5 percent city income tax.
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