County officials say a company will not bring 150 jobs to the area, after nearly two years of negotiations.
By Staff Reports
Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at 1:58 pm
HILLSVILLE — Carroll County has come up short in its two-year effort to lure a prospective new employer associated with a possible 150 jobs.
County Administrator Gary Larrowe said in a news release that the economic development prospect will not be moving jobs to Carroll, and instead will hire a second shift at a present location that will use refugees from Burma.
The business, product line and other location(s) involved have not been identified.
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