Midwest Paper Group reports it will spend 30-million dollars to reconfigure a paper mill to make a different product. The company plans to install new equipment which will convert waste paper to medium and liner-board used in packaging. The plan for the former Appleton Coated Paper Mill is expected to create 321 new jobs by the year 2020. The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation is chipping in one-point-eight-million dollars in state tax credits based on the company’s job promises. The mill was restarted last winter and many former workers at Appleton Coated are already back on the job.