Representatives of Interfor-United States South were recognized by Mayor Faircloth and the Perry City Council at its November 21, 2017 meeting. The elected officials expressed on behalf of the Perry residents and visitors their appreciation and gratitude for Interfor’s donation of 8.0 acres of undeveloped land. The parcel bordering Big Indian Creek located on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive will be integral part of the extension of the Weleetka Trail which will connect Creekwood Park with the Georgia National Fairgrounds. Mr. Nick Ausman, General Manager, affirmed Interfor’s commitment to be an involved community member. Mayor Faircloth expressed the City’s appreciation that Interfor selected Perry for its mill operations and also its willingness to support the wellbeing of the community. Other representatives of Interfor attending the meeting were Mr. Harry Koryzma, Mill Manager, Mr. Wade Flint, Production Superintendent, Ms. Megan Black, Human Resources and Mr. Tim Lowrimore, Public Affairs Manager. Interfor employs 126 people at its facility on Ball Street.
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