Holland Construction Services Plans Major Illinois Development
The project would cost approximately $378.6 million and create up to 6,000 jobs, in addition to temporary construction jobs during the building, according to Allan Patton of the Franklin County Regional Economic Development Corporation. The investment could bring upwards of $756.5 million back to the area.
Before construction begins, the Illinois General Assembly must pass legislation to permit the use of sales tax and revenue bonds to fund the project.
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