MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Wisconsin officials are reviewing whether any of the $10 million given to General Motors for its Janesville plant can be recouped.
The auto maker announced on Tuesday that it will close the plant in 2010.
The state gave GM $10 million in grants in 2004 to help the plant with a $175 million upgrade.
Those grants required the plant to keep at least 3,330 workers on staff through 2010. It currently employs about 2,600.
Gov. Jim Doyle's spokesman Lee Sensenbrenner says terms of the deal are being reviewed to see what money the state can take back. He says GM has spent about $9.3 million of the grant.
Doyle planned to speak to plant workers Tuesday afternoon.