Economic Alliance expands membership

February 21, 2014
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At an inaugural meeting today, the board that governs the Oconee Economic Alliance decided that more is better. Its chairman, Glenn Buddin, says the board decided to expand membership from 19 to 27. The additional members will include ex-officio seats for community representative and paying private sector representatives. Having a board so large creates the problem of where to find a meeting room to accommodate 27 members.

 

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