Alto Products Corp., an Atmore-based manufacturer of automotive clutch plates and automatic transmission parts, plans a $3 million expansion that promises to create 10 jobs, according to Atmore Mayor Howard Shell.
Monday, the Atmore City Council approved Alto President David Landa's request for a 10-year, property tax abatement to construct a new, 20,000- to 40,000-square-foot building on the north end of the company's property in the Atmore Industrial Park. The abatement does not apply to school taxes, Shell said.
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