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CACEDA special called meeting is over

Our contact at the CACEDA (Columbia/Adair County Economic Development Authority) reported at 8:51CT, Monday, March 18, 2013, that the session has ended and that he was told that a survey will be done in Green River Commerce Park to possibly combine plots for the project. The contact said that he is concerned about problems the prospective company has had in other locations over possible environmental issues.

As yet, there is no official comment from CACEDA on the nature of the business, though speculation rife in the community is that it is a support facility for the chicken growing industry. Jim Hadley, Chair of CACEDA said earlier that his group is taking a slow deliberate approach to the matter. "We are committed to getting jobs in Adair County," he said. - EW

This story was posted on 2013-03-18 08:54:43
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