Several motions passed at February EDA board meeting
The Front Royal-Warren County EDA met for their regular February board meeting last Friday and the Board of Directors passed several motions to further define operational efficiency.
The EDA announced the Pond Law Group will represent the authority in legal collections of small business loan debts. The EDA has two programs to support entrepreneurs and small businesses in the area and they will work with the Pond Law Group to contact delinquent borrowers to resolve unpaid loans.
To help to improve the quality of their property portfolio, the EDA announced the sale of their 512 E. Main St. property, also known as the Main Street Market apartments.
The Board of Directors also authorized a FOIA request to the town asking for all documents and emails pertaining to the Afton Inn’s historic preservation designation as referenced in a Virginia Department of Historic Resources letter to the town. The EDA again expressed the hope that the town would be responsible for the maintenance and preservation of the Afton Inn.
Also discussed in the meeting: roofing repairs at 1325 Baugh Drive are nearly complete and quotes are being obtained to make roofing repairs at the Kendrick Drive facility once solar panels are removed.
The next regular EDA board meeting will be March 27.
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