Travis County has received some permit applications, including a cathode plant—a $260 million endeavor—a Die Shop, costing $59 million, and expansions of the existing factory, but not all plans listed with the TDLR.
According to the TDLR, construction is slated to begin as early as the end of January. However, projects filed in the TDLR are subject to change.
Katy joined Community Impact in 2022 and covers transportation and government for Travis County, Rollingwood and West Lake Hills. Prior to CI, Katy graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and a certificate in deaf studies as well as serving as the features editor for her school’s student newspaper, The News Record. When she’s not writing, Katy enjoys watching movies and spending time outdoors.
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