Sales growth prompts local manufacturer to expand facility, add jobs

Cameron Tool Corp. in Lansing plans to spend $1 million to expand operations at its 1800 Basset Ave. facility to keep pace with recent sales growth. The tool and die maker's project is contingent on the city granting a tax incentive that would cut the manufacturer's property taxes in half for 12 years.
According to excerpts from the article:
"The company said in its application to city council that the expansion would keep 75 jobs and add 10 more — mostly skilled diemakers and machinists … The positions earn a median wage of $15 per hour."
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