Cameron Tool looks for tax break for expansion

By Josh Thall
The Lansing Star

Lansing- Cameron Tool Corporation’s application for a tax break was referred to the City of Lansing’s Development and Planning Committee, after public comments about the project were heard during the Lansing City Council meeting on Monday. Cameron Tool builds and repairs dies that cold form steel for the automotive industry and has been part of the Lansing community since 1966. The company is seeking a tax abatement  to expand its facilities. Cameron Tool, President Tracy Selden said the company has chosen to expand now because of its backlog of sales. “We need to stay ahead of the capacity curve,” Selden said.