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City Officially Finalizes Contract Of Sale For Rolling Mill By 4 to 1 Vote

October 19th, 2018 by WCBC Radio

By a 4-1 vote this week, the Cumberland Mayor and City Council officially finalized the contract of sale for the Rolling Mill commercial site to the developer. Councilman Eugene Frazier was the lone dissenting vote.  The sale is for the 2.5-acre tract in the Rolling Mill neighborhood, off Exit 43 of Interstate 68, to developer Ed Scott of Cumberland Gateway Real Estate. The site will become the Cumberland Gateway Plaza and will feature a hotel, sit-down restaurant, fast service restaurant, retail shops and a convenience store.  Under the contract, certain types of businesses are prohibited by the city while others are not. Frazier said his primary concern is that the city doesn’t have enough say in what businesses can or cannot locate there…

 

One Response to “City Officially Finalizes Contract Of Sale For Rolling Mill By 4 to 1 Vote”

  1. October 22, 2018 at 6:00 am, mike said:

    Bull. Wishingful thinking. No one has planned or committed to build ANYTHING. Will be an empty lot for years & years. Thanks you fools.

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