Northumberland County halves rent for TrueCore at new prison site – Sunbury Daily Item

As part of the new deal, the company will now be responsible for the full amount of any and all taxes, assessments and utilities, according to the agreement.

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It took the solicitor two minutes to bring the two attachments up in his email when he was asked to look, Shoch said.

Best pointed out that the new addendums for the rental agreement were backdated and the contract leaves a blank space for the budget year that needs to be passed by the state. She also noted that TrueCore has already sent an $8,000 check in anticipation of the carpet agreement being passed, calling it a #8220;side deal.#8221;

The Daily Item formally requested the contract on Oct. 27, but staff members at the commissioners office were unable to produce it. Later that afternoon, The Daily Item filed a right-to-know request to obtain a copy of the contract and any addendums or attachments mentioned or not mentioned in the contract. The county requested a 30-day extension, citing Section 902 of the Pennsylvania Right to Know Act, which states #8220;a legal review is necessary to determine whether the record is a record subject to access under this act.#8221;

#8220;Ridiculous#8221; and #8220;irresponsible#8221;

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