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Starland engages with community on economic development strategy

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As part of their Economic Development Strategy, being completed by Schollie Research and Associates, Starland County is planning a Business Park Development project.
An engagement session being held by Starland’s Economic Development Officer, Jason Jede, is scheduled for Wednesday, March 27, to gather preliminary information from potential businesses interested in establishing themselves within the park.
“I am getting out into the community to see what the general consensus is for the Business Park Development, dispelling any rumours from fact, and developing a basis for what the ratepayers would like to see as opportunities and initiatives,” Jede tells the Mail.
The business park will be developed at Morrin Corner (Highway 9 and 56), on 143 acres of both commercial and industrial zoned land.


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