PEMBROKE, NY (WIVB) - Western New York cheese maker Yancey's Fancy is planning to build a new $10.25 million plant in Pembroke that would bring dozens of new jobs to the area over the next few years.
The Batavia Daily News reports that the company is working with the Genesee County Economic Development Center to purchase 12 acres of property in the Buffalo East Technology Park at routes 5 and 77. The total cost of the project including the property runs to $20.7 million.
The company currently employs 108 workers and operates out of a facility on Main Street Road. That facility would also be upgraded with an addition and new equipment.
The project will first be put before a public hearing before GCEDC gives its final approval but voted to give the Yancey's a $1.6 million incentive package on Thursday.
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