With Kentucky’s jobless rate at 9.5 percent, a possible expansion that could mean 80 new jobs in the area is good news for the entire region. The J.M. Smucker plant in Scottsville received preliminary approval Thursday for more than $5 million in state tax incentives for a possible $70 million expansion that would mean 80 new jobs within a few years. The plant currently employs 268 people full time and has some part-time jobs.
Scotsville's J.M. Smucker Plant May Expand
By Robyn L. Minor, Bowling Green Daily News • Aug 28, 2011