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EDA board lacks quorum for meeting

By Ed Waggener
The Columbia/Adair County Economic Development Authority meeting did not have a quorum this morning, Tuesday, January 19, 2017 and no business was conducted. Present for the Board were Chairman Mark Dykes, Member Tony Corbin, and ex officiomember Mayor Curtis Hardwick, and members of the press.

Chairman Dykes commented on the failure of the sewer project at the Green River Industrial Park, but reiterated his plan to complete a build ready pad at the park. A concern is that an existing road runs through the existing planned site. He said that he will be asking for advice from the Alliance Group on relocating the build ready pad.

This story was posted on 2016-01-19 08:43:45
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