An expansion plan for a Williams County company was approved at the recent meeting of the Four County Career Center board of education. It’s a tax abatement agreement for 20-20 Custom Molded Plastics, where they are planning to invest 12 million dollars into new equipment and buildings. The project should create close to 100 new jobs, to add to their staff of 190, at their location in Holiday City, along the Ohio Turnpike. Ron Ernsberger is CEO and owner at 20-20, after starting up the plastics company in Napoleon, now operated by OldCastle.
The Four County Board also approved Josie Lirot as the new Aspire program coordinator, which helps students prepare for their GED.
And a special event is planned for the Four County Career Center’s ‘wall of fame’ dinner on October 16th.