COLUMBUS— State Rep. Jessica Miranda (D-Forest Park) announced Monday the approval by the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) for two projects that will create over 1,000 new full-time jobs in House District 28. The TCA board approved the following:
· High Road Holdings (EBTH) LLC’s expansion in Blue Ash, which is expected to create 866 full-time jobs, generate $40.4 million in new annual payroll, and retain $8 million in existing payroll. EBTH is an auction-based marketplace for secondhand goods from retailers and individuals;
· CBTS Technology Solutions LLC’s expansion in Springdale, which is expected to create 137 new full-time jobs, generate $15.8 million in new annual payroll, and retain $77.2 million in existing payroll. CBTS Technology Solutions provides technology consulting services including cloud assessment and strategy, infrastructure needs, and communication channels.
“I’m thrilled to see these companies bringing new jobs and economic activity to Blue Ash and Springdale,” said Rep. Miranda. “As a legislator and small business owner, I’m committed to ensuring that all communities in #TheGreat28 are welcoming places to live, work and grow a business.”