General Motors plans to spend $162-million to expand its Lansing Grand River Assembly plant.
The plant produces the Cadillac ATS and CTS.
Monday night the Lansing city council will consider calling public hearings on a set of tax incentives for the expansion.
“It’s a welcome addition,” says Bob Trezise, the president of the Lansing Economic Area Partnership, “It really continues to consolidate the future of auto making, high end car making in the Lansing region and in the state of Michigan.”
The new stamping plant will employ more than 60 people after it’s built.