SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (WDTN) - A groundbreaking in Springfield Wednesday at the Prime Ohio II Industrial Park could soon mean more jobs in the marketplace.
The park is located at Interstate 70 and State Route 41.
Clark County Commissioner John Detrick says it could bring 1,500 jobs.
"They'll have to do it through Job and Family Services. They'll be the screening for whatever comes into there. Right now Loves is probably about six months away from doing their screening.
Detrick says the park's visibility from the highway will bring more drivers into Clark County to spend money.
Construction is expected to be complete in the fall of 2014.
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