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Commissioners Amend Incentives Agreement, Approve Contracts

by Jared Thompson | Sep 22, 2020
Cumberland County Board of Commissioners amended an economic development incentives agreement with Campbell Soup Supply Company and approved contracts for Workforce Development Services and Sheriff’s Office uniforms.

During its regular board meeting on Sept. 21, the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners amended an economic development incentives agreement with Campbell Soup Supply Company and approved contracts for Workforce Development Services and Sheriff’s Office uniforms.

Commissioners approved extending the deadline by one year to Dec. 31, 2020, for the company to add at least 100 new employees. The company requested the extension because construction on its new distribution facility in the Cedar Creek Business Center was significantly delayed by hurricanes. The company projects it will have hired 112 employees by the deadline. The board also approved an associated budget amendment for $248,000 for the economic incentive payment due in March 2021 based on the contract terms of reimbursing the company 75% of the County tax.

The board also approved contracts for workforce development services for fiscal year 2021. Two Hawk Workforce Services, LLC, a North Carolina limited liability company headquartered in Lumberton, was selected by the Workforce Development Board to be the provider of both program delivery and one stop operator services. Each of these contracts commences October 1, 2020, for a term ending June 30, 2020, with an option for two one-year extensions.

In other action, the board:

  • approved the Sheriff’s Office uniforms contract with American Uniform Sales, Inc., located in Fayetteville. The contract runs until June 30, 2022. The board agreed to have price adjustments go through the County Manager for review and approval.
  • agreed to enforce the County’s Minimum Housing Ordinance in the Town of Wade. The town attorney confirmed the town wants to relinquish its jurisdiction to the County for the purposes of Minimum Housing enforcement. This will take the Town completely out of regulating Minimum Housing and it will become a County responsibility.
  • received an update on the 2020 Census.

The meeting’s agenda is available online at co.cumberland.nc.us. The meeting will be rebroadcast on Fayetteville/Cumberland Educational TV (FCETV), Spectrum Channel 5, Wednesday at 7 p.m. and Friday at 10:30 a.m. The meeting can also be viewed online at youtube.com/CumberlandCountyNC.

The Board of Commissioners meets twice a month. The meetings are held the first Monday of the month at 9 a.m. and the third Monday of the month at 6:45 p.m. in Room 118 of the Judge E. Maurice Braswell Courthouse at 117 Dick St.

The meetings are broadcast live on Fayetteville/Cumberland Educational TV (FCETC), Spectrum Channel 5 and youtube.com/CumberlandCountyNC.

 

 

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