They said almost nothing last month about
Project Max, so we don’t know for sure if for example it is really a glass container company.
They meet again tonight. Actually, that one is cancelled; they meet next April 19th.
Is Project Max really a glass container company?
What bids did they get for the
Clearing & Grubbing RFP last Friday?
How is that going to work right next to Mud Swamp after heavy rains?
How’s Nature Nate liking being the only business in the Authority’s
Miller Business Park?
What about the legislative dinner and the
Gretchen will be there tonight with the LAKE video camera.
An organic food company is the first thing it finally lands,
after trying for years to lure traditional “industrial” businesses to
Miller Business Park, and after the Industrial Authority renamed itself the Development Authority.
Well, go real food!
And congratulations Development Authority!
For more local agriculture, come to
South Georgia Growing Local Saturday 26 February 2016 at Pine Grove Middle School.
Valdosta, Georgia — December 15, 2015—The
Valdosta-Lowndes Development Authority (VLCDA) and Nature Nate’s
announce the expansion of Nature Nate’s honey processing operations
to Valdosta, GA. The project represents a $1.75 million investment,
will create 10 jobs immediately and at least 15 jobs after 36
“We welcome Nature Nate’s as our first tenant within Miller
Business Park and Continue reading →