Davidson Co., NC -- It's a mystery jobs plan in Davidson County called "Project Plum" that county leaders hope will bring about 250 jobs to the area. Tuesday night county commissioners unanimously voted to go ahead with an incentives plan that would mean spending up to $2,000,000 to lure the company.
Two people spoke out against the incentives during the public hearing where dozens attended. The company would bring the jobs over the next 3 years and invest at least $24,000,000 in a new plant.
However, county commissioners are still not saying exactly what "Project Plum" is or any other details on it.
Commissioner Fred McClure told WFMY News 2 by phone that they feel good about their offer and will release all the details if they land the company.
McClure said they are competing with some other cities and towns, but he didn't have the exact number.
WFMY News 2