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Proposed by the governor and developed with the legislature, First Five gives the administration discretion to award "substantial financing assistance" annually to up to five new companies or existing businesses looking to expand. Eligible recipients must pledge to create at least 200 new jobs by July 1, 2013. They can take up to five years to meet that goal provided they invest at least $25 million of their own funds in the expansion.
ESPN announced it would spend $100 million to construct a 193,000-square-foot facility that would be located adjacent to an existing digital center and would mark the 19th building on their Bristol campus. The company already employs about 3,800 people here.
"It will certainly keep Connecticut at the forefront of technological development in the world," Ed Durso, ESPN's executive vice president for administration, said during an August 2 groundbreaking ceremony.
— Keith M. Phaneuf
This story originally appeared in CTMirror.com.
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