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Nov 14, 2017
Jeff Klopfenstein, President of the Methionine Unit at Novus International, announced plans to expand Alimet production at a new facility thus increasing capacity and jobs, to members of the Victoria EDC at their Annual Membership meeting.
Jul 25, 2017
Formosa Plastics Corporation Texas, in Point Comfort, is investing $5 billion into a plant expansion that will extend into Jackson County and provide about 340 jobs. The expansion will broaden the company's plastic resins product line and increase overall productivity, said Bill Harvey, company spokesman. Construction began about two and a half years ago and is scheduled to finish in late 2018.
May 25, 2017
Evan Smith, CEO and Co-Founder of the Texas Tribune offered a thoughtful perspective on the 85th legislative session as he presented Politics, Policy, Population: Where We Are & Where We Are Going to members of the Victoria EDC at their Semi Annual Membership meeting.

Texas Enterprise Zone

Both Victoria County and the City of Victoria have state designated Enterprise Zones. Businesses locating in an Enterprise zone may be eligible for both local and state benefits. To be eligible for state benefits, a business must be nominated by the appropriate governing body and designated by Texas Department of Economic Development as an enterprise project. To obtain benefits as a qualified business, the business must be active in the zone and at least 25% of the new positions must be occupied by persons that are residents of any zone within the governing body’s jurisdiction or economically disadvantaged as defined by state law.

Several financial incentives are available in Victoria for industrial and manufacturing firms considering a move to Victoria.

The County and City of Victoria each have a Texas Enterprise Zone. The County’s Enterprise Zone has an area of 17.6 square-miles, and the City’s Enterprise Zone has an area of 8.87-square miles. The State of Texas provides incentives for state-approved projects in the form of state tax credits, job training credits, and several other incentives. The VEDC is designated by the Victoria County Commissioners and the Victoria City Council to administer Victoria’s Enterprise Zones.