A Lewis County glass factory plans to layoff 150 workers but the company says the layoffs are temporary.

Cuts at Glass Works in Weston will leave more than 150 workers without a job for months.

Only two months ago, GlassWorks announced a new product line to ease the company out of bankruptcy.

The new line was supposed to create 60 new jobs over the next two years...but now, the factory is temporarily closing and laying off more than twice that many workers.

A company spokesman blames the move on a lack of business.

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