California company relocating to Georgetown, Texas

Austin Business Journal:
A California manufacturing company will relocate to Texas and build a 15,000-square-foot facility after Georgetown Economic Development Corp. approved $320,000 in incentives this week.

The contract involves Radiation Detection Co. creating 50 full- and part-time jobs by the end of 2016 with average hourly pay starting at $12, according to the Community Impact Newspaper.

Radiation Detection, currently based in Gilroy, Calif., manufactures equipment for radiation detection, mostly for medical companies. President Barrie Laing expects about 28 current employees to make the move to Texas.
This is the kind of small business that benefits from Texas business climate instead of struggling in the hostile environment of high taxes and high regulation in California.  It is an example of how Gov. Perry's outreach efforts have paid off.

Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst has his own California hiring spree.


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