COLUMBUS, OHIO — Google announced today that they plan to break ground on a 600 million dollar data center in New Albany Ohio, this is part of a 13 billion dollar investments announced by the company this year.
A ground breaking according to Ohio Republicans Lt. Gov. Jon Husted happened at the cities International Business park. U.S. Rep. Troy Balderson also will attend along with New Albany’s mayor and the head of the economic development organization One Columbus. Husted oversees technology development in the state.
“We welcome your investment in Ohio and we hope this is only the beginning.” -Lt. Gov. @JonHusted to @Google at the data center groundbreaking event in @NewAlbanyOhio today. pic.twitter.com/PE1w9UvEDg
— Lt. Governor Jon Husted (@LtGovHusted) November 1, 2019