PHOTO RELEASE: Economic Development Held Annual Fall Meeting

Published Wednesday, November 2, 2016

On Tuesday, Nov.1, the Department of Economic Development held its annual Fall Meeting.  The event entitled, “Shaping the Economic Future of Charles County” focused on the recently completed, five-year economic development strategic plan and provided an inside look of the county’s economic development.

The Department of Economic Development explored the plan for growth and prosperity while members of the public and private sectors discussed their unique vision through panel discussions and presentations.

PICTURED: Panel Presentation on Enhancing our Product: Infrastructure and Redevelopment.

(left to right): John Stevens, Chief of Capital Services; Taylor Yewell, Redevelopment Manager; Michael Mallinoff, County Administrator; Drew VanDopp, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships, Maryland Broadband Cooperative; Moderator Jason Groth, Chief of Resource and Infrastructure Management.

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