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Man granted contract to operate hot-dog concession near judicial center

March 24, 2011

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — The Berkeley County Council on Thursday unanimously approved a contract to allow a man to operate a hot-dog concession between the county's judicial center and administration buildings.

 The contract between the council and James W. Frush Jr., doing business as Jimbo's Savory Sauces, was made effective through March 2012, according to the agreement.

Frush is to pay the county $150 a month to locate a concession vehicle on the west end of what is known as the Crawford building, which is between the judicial center and the county administration (Dunn) building at 400 W. Stephen St.

The vendor is to maintain liability insurance coverage and was expected to obtain a business license from the City of Martinsburg if the county approved the arrangement.

  Frush in an interview in February said that he had been making hot-dog chili for more than 20 years, but only recently decided to try to produce and sell it under the label Jimbo's Savory Sauces. 

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