Authority under budget, Nature Nate’s ahead of schedule, USPS contentious, manufacturing week, and WWALS water trails: all packed into a brief meeting last Tuesday of the Valdosta-Lowndes Development Authority.
CPA Tom Davis said the Development Authority is
under budget but tax collection is also slow, with no new funds expected until January.
Existing Industry Coordinator Stan Crance announced that
Nature Nate’s is beyond projections, now up to 25 jobs and $3 million capital investment and needs more parking.
They’d also like to move their postal mail delivery from a downtown post office box to a local mailbox.
But Nature Nate’s is the only tenant of Miller Business Park,
and USPS requires central box units for any business park.
This would require modifying the roundabout “just in case any other businesses were to locate out there”.
Some Development Authority board members found this USPS requirement to be a contentious situation, “worse than Continue reading →