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Johnson Controls to pay Michigan $4M for not creating jobs
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HOLLAND, Mich. (WZZM) -- Johnson Controls must pay back the state of Michigan after it failed to create 400 jobs at its Holland plant.

Under an agreement announced Tuesday, the company will pay Michigan about $4 million. It is also required to maintain the 225 jobs currently at the plant or pay back another $9 million to the state.

The company must also invest another $12 million in its the facility.

In 2009, the state approved a tax credit of more than $48 million over 15 years for the Holland plant.


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