CAMAS, Wash. (AP) — The paper mill within the southwest Washington metropolis of Camas is slicing 243 jobs, starting Might 1.
The Columbian newspaper reviews that Georgia-Pacific introduced plans for the layoffs in November, however a brand new discover from the state Employment Safety Division makes clear the timing and variety of the cuts.
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The Atlanta-based mostly firm is shutting down operations on the mill that make paper for printer, copiers and the like. Its paper towel operations will stay intact.
The layoffs hit greater than half of the mill’s four hundred staff, in an business that pays a mean of $seventy seven,588 in Clark County.
The mill opened in 1885 and employed about 2,four hundred staff within the Nineteen Eighties.
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