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Posted: Thursday, August 30, 2012 7:14 am

The founder of a Maryland-based company that plans to manufacture an “off-grid” power system is pursuing negotiations to lease or purchase the old Walmart building on U.S. 2 in Evergreen.

Martin Cain, the chief executive officer of Dylan Energy, said he hopes to finalize a deal for the building within the next 60 days. He plans to hire about 50 people in the next nine months and up to 150 people within a year.

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          2 comments:

          • michael posted at 10:15 am on Thu, Aug 30, 2012.

            michael Posts: 541

            Very exciting indeed. Wonderful news.

             
          • JT posted at 8:34 am on Thu, Aug 30, 2012.

            JT Posts: 208

            Excellent! Welcome to the valley. That sounds like a great repurposing for the old Wal-Mart site.

             

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