Front Royal-Warren County EDA begins updating strategic plan
The process of updating the strategic plan for the Front Royal-Warren County Economic Development Authority (EDA) began Saturday.
Members of the community and the Warren County Board of Supervisors were invited to share their insights on the role the EDA can play in shaping the economic direction and improving the economic health of the Front Royal-Warren County community.
The goal of the meeting was to articulate a vision and mission statement for the EDA and develop a list of objectives the EDA can accomplish within the next five years.
This past weekend, the EDA Board of Directors also unanimously approved a short-term storage lease with ECOMNET for use of 426 Baugh Drive.
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