Supervisors want public, private sectors to work together
Published: November 28,2011
MADISON COUNTY — Madison County wants public bodies and private businesses to set a course jointly for future economic growth.
The Clarion-Ledger reports the current Board of Supervisors is asking the three economic development agencies, five chambers of commerce and four municipalities to bring a list of development priorities to the new board in January.
Supervisor John Bell Crosby and incoming District 3 Supervisor Gerald Steen asked for the resolution.
Steen says the supervisors are asking for a master list of priorities that all the public and private bodies can work on together.
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