Loveland's loss possible gain elsewhere
CAMT announced Thursday plans to develop the center at the old Agilent Technologies plant in Loveland had fallen through and the center now will look for a new home, probably in the Denver-Boulder area.
The news took local economic development experts by surprise Thursday, but some said they remain intrigued by the possibility of luring the center to their cities.
Longmont director of economic development Brad Power said the city will examine what CAMT is looking for and might submit location ideas if they meet the organization's criteria, once those criteria are released.
"We would certainly take a look at it, but it's far too early to tell," Power said.
Longmont submitted a proposal last year before CAMT decided on Loveland. If CAMT is interested in existing buildings, Longmont has potential candidates, but if it wants to build a new building, it might not, Power said.
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