Ag official criticizes Project Haystack Posted: Wednesday, May 14, 2014 11:25 pm By Joe Killian/News & Record firstname.lastname@example.org GREENSBORO — When Steve Troxler came to Guilford County on Wednesday morning, he wasn’t just here to speak as North Carolina’s agriculture secretary. He said he had another reason for calling a press conference at the Guilford County PrisonContinue reading “Ag official criticizes Project Haystack”
Ag commissioner Troxler has ‘concerns’ about Project Haystack Monday, May 12, 2014, 5:55pm EDT Catherine Carlock Triad Business Journal A feasibility study for Project Haystack predicts that a 2,000-acre multijurisdictional industrial park, incorporating Guilford County’s prison farm site and another 1,200 acres that would be acquired, would generate an estimated $6.5 billion in private investment overContinue reading “Ag commissioner Troxler has ‘concerns’ about Project Haystack”
NC Ag Commissioner Wants To MOW DOWN PROJECT HAYSTACK By SCOTT D. YOST May 8, 2014 In a move likely to ruffle the feathers of some economic development officials in local and state government, North Carolina Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler plans to hold a press conference at the Guilford County Prison Farm near Gibsonville onContinue reading “NC Ag Commissioner Wants To MOW DOWN PROJECT HAYSTACK”
Pay to Play? By Chris Lavender/ Times-News Published: Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 14:32 PM. Cambro Manufacturing is the most recent company to enter into an incentive agreement with Alamance County and Mebane. But it’s hardly the first. The use of incentives to lure companies to the region isn’t new, the practice actually datesContinue reading “Does it Pay to Play?”
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Rural threat? Officials hear concerns about development Article from High Point Enterprise regarding Guilford County Commissioners Meeting on 4.17.14 Apr. 17, 2014 @ 08:16 PM Paul B. Johnson GUILFORD COUNTY — The ongoing concerns from people who live in the incrementally receding areas of rural Guilford County were back in the earshot of elected officialsContinue reading “Rural threat? Officials hear concerns about development”