Eagle Mountain, Utah — On Monday the city announced that Google has acquired land in Eagle Mountain to potentially use to build a data center.
At this time it’s not known when Google will make a decision on whether to move forward with a project in the area and where is the exact location of the property.
According to officials, a possible data center will create jobs and will help boost the economy.
“Google choosing Eagle Mountain is a testament to the strength of our workforce and economy,” said Mayor Tom Westmoreland. “We hope they decide to build here and look forward to partnering with them in the future.”
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