I don't know, but I don't think so. The mill will be making tube specifically designed for fracking. The search for a site and negotiations began in 2008-2009---pre-Kasich. If any politician is to be credited for negotiating the location of the mill in Y'Town, it would be Rep Tim Ryan (D). (Although my Republican cousin bristles at the mention of this, it is true. Ryan rode to re-election on this point in 2010.) Also of note is the $20 million in federal funds from the ARRA (Recovery act, or "Obama Stimulus") spent on rail and highway access enhancements.
On a project this size $20 million isn't a lot, especially compared to the $650 million invested by V&M. But, make note of the fact that the French didn't mind taking it. The POTUS has visited the mill on more than one occasion.
At any rate, this is the first large scale industrial development in the Mahoning Valley since the GM plant was built in 1969-1970. One article on the V&M site projected employment at the facility at ~1,000 jobs, not including feeder and ancillary businesses that will benefit from the mill. The population in Y'town currently stands at approx. 70,000. Won't solve all of their problems, true. But, it should make a nice dent in a town that has suffered for far too long.
This song brings tears to my eyes;
Sing it, Bruce.