Northumberland County commissioners enter into land agreement with military training services corporation

Northumberland County Commissioner Sam Schiccatano, center, stands with members of Oak Grove Technologies employees, Nathan Rhodes, Chris Cornell, Johnny Glenn and Jarrod Scandle following Tuesday’s board meeting. The county entered into a three-year land use agreement with Oak Grove, which specializes in military, intelligence and other training services.

SUNBURY — A North Carolina-based corporation specializing in military, intelligence and other training services will start utilizing a portion of the Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area (AOAA) within the next two to six months.

The Northumberland County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday entered into a three-year land use agreement with Oak Grove Technologies, which offers its capabilities to various agencies, including the Department of Defense and special operations units.

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