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recently released, noted 138 jobs, down from the projected 163. And average wages of $63,000 versus the projected $74,000.

That still brings in $8,694,000 in annual wages to an area.

So is the area better off by forbidding the project to move forward; sounds like the union mind set at Hostess.

Or do you bring in those 138 jobs and nearly $9 million in wages.

And consider the trickle down effect. Wages earned lead to spending for housing, groceries, and all of the other necessities in life. Which in turn leads to further employment.

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