Despite some ruffled feathers over incentives designed to sway the American Institute of CPAs to relocate more than 300 jobs here, the Durham County commissioners approved giving the institute a $400,000 incentive package as part of its relocation strategy.The approval came on the heels of a minor controversy last month, when an AICPA spokesman was quoted in a local paper as saying that the incentives did not play a major role in the institute selecting Durham as its relocation venue.
As a result, county manager Mike Ruffin yanked the package from the board's agenda, and questioned why the institute was receiving the package if they were coming anyway.
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