MORIARTY, N.M. (KRQE) – The state announced Google will pay back New Mexico nearly $1 million.
This comes after Google announced last week it would move Titan Aerospace to the Bay Area.
The technology giant bought Titan Aerospace in Moriarty last year to develop drones. Google spent $15 million building a facility at the airport with help from the state.
It’s unclear how many people will have to move from Moriarty to continue work with Titan. Officials are seeking other tenants for the facility.