Richmond Hill’s city council won’t hold a special called meeting next week to discuss a contract on Project Honey, a Development Authority of Bryan County codename for an effort to bring more jobs and investment at Belfast Commerce Centre.
Instead, the need for the called meeting has been pushed back to February, council members were told.
Project Honey first came to public attention in October when DABC CEO Anna Chafin told the Bryan County Commission that the DABC is recruiting a manufacturer who could bring $105 million and 130 jobs to the park in Richmond Hill. Officials have remained quiet on who the manufacturer is.
Last week, a copy of the Richmond Hill City Council agenda mentioned Project Honey and the need for a Jan. 26 called meeting to discuss a contract on the project.