When asked about rumors about the Samsung semiconductor factory, officials from various agencies at the local and regional levels mentioned the agreements.
Alabama, New – Could a billion-dollar Samsung Semiconductor plant in Geneva County be the future of Samsung?
Well, no one talks about it.
Genes County news broke in the Wall Street Journal over the weekend to find a Samsung semiconductor facility. The report cites documents from the Wall Street Journal, an Arizona official familiar with the project. The document lists Ginni County, New York as a potential partner with Phoenix, Arizona and Austin, Texas.
No one with knowledge of the project will speak to either side of your record or confirm that Samsung is discussing the project in West New York.
Investor Buffalo Niagara, who promotes economic development projects in the region, could not comment, citing the fact that no economic project has been announced.
The Genesis County Center for Economic Development released a statement that did not mention the Samsung project, but rather the development of STAMP in Alabama. A GCEDC staff member could not further discuss the project, citing a disclosure agreement.
2 Next to you, Governor Andrew Kumo’s office asked about the project. They issued a statement stating that they could not comment on the ongoing negotiations and that they were taking place or not.
Empire State Development welcomes negotiations with any business interested in creating and investing in New York State, and does not guarantee or deny that negotiations will take place until its completion.
WGRZ has contacted the City of Alabama Superintendent, but everything he knows comes from media reports.
We have space and zoning. Alabama City Superintendent Robert Crosson completed the infrastructure to make such a project a reality. It is not uncommon for us to be unaware of the details until they become real.
Located in the city of Alabama is the Geneva County Stampa Station and, among other things, is intended to be a high-tech center for a semiconductor facility. The same goes for Samsung, which is said to be interested in building somewhere in the US
New York State Senator Edward Rat said he was surprised to see the Genesis County report in the Wall Street Journal and said he would do his best, even though he had no direct knowledge of the project he was talking to. To make sure it happened.
WATRZ asked for tax incentives to be on the table.
“There must be a wide range of incentives for this project to be found in Geneva County,” Rats said. Of course, we sit down with many stakeholders who we can get out of the neighborhoods and give our support.
Alabama City Superintendent GCEDC will present a monthly update to the City Board meeting on a monthly basis and another meeting scheduled for February 8.
In a statement to WGRZ, Congressman Chris Jacobs said:
“I believe our Genesis County Stamp station has the potential to be a major economic driver for our region. The excellent location, proximity of skilled manpower, low cost of water supply and abundant water supply make it unique for semiconductor production. I believe that increasing semiconductor manufacturing capacity in the United States is not only an opportunity for economic development but also a national security concern. I will do my best to make sure that the Stamp site is chosen for this opportunity and for others.