Officials with Kimberly-Clark say they will delay a final decision on closing the Cold Spring plant while negotiations continue. The paper-making giant had given the state until Sunday to approve a 100-million tax incentive package. No deal is in place yet to save the 500 jobs in Fox Crossing. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has told reporters the ideal time to discuss the plan to retain those jobs may come after the November 6th general election. About 110 jobs will be lost when Kimberly-Clark closes its Neenah Nonwovens plant.