Two projects intended to create local jobs are up for action during next week’s meeting of the Oconee County Council. The council is to consider an ordinance and a resolution that help sweeten the pot for the A.I.D. Company, the county’s manufacturing acquisition of last summer. Councilmen are being asked to consider first reading of an ordinance authorizing a fee in place of tax agreement between Oconee County and A.I.D., along with first and final reading an inducement agreement between the two parties. On the agenda is a separate ordinance allowing for the sale of the old courthouse and a county grant to Oconee Courthouse Ventures Inc. The business group, which has its sights set on making a lodging facility out of the 1956 building, is in line for special source revenue credits, with council approval.