No deal to transform the Guilford County prison farm into an industrial park, at least not yet.
Local media coverage has been interesting, to say the least. Try to keep up— on Tuesday county commissioners take the first step to hopefully transform the prison farm into an industrial park. On Thursday we read in the N&R about a “mystery company” that’s looking to bring 400 jobs to proposed industrial park. That’s the same day we read in the Rhino that ain’t happening, and the N&R follows up that development in this morning’s edition.
Anyone who follows local news here on G’boro knows the alt-weekly Rhino regularly beats the N&R, but this one had to be particularly tough for the local daily, considering how quickly this story developed.
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