The Seneca County Board of Supervisors could finally approve an economic development strategy.
It will require approval from the Planning, Development, Agriculture & Tourism Committee on Tuesday, though. The final vote would take place on March 10th, if approved by committee.
The strategy was intended to serve as a guide for how to focus economic development resources and energy. A number of challenges face the county at this point.
Finding new ways to get more enterprise growth has been a focus of the Industrial Development Agency.
That entity currently has no executive director, as they’re moving through the selection process to find former director Bob Aronson’s successor.
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