The Economic Development Corp. of Clark County will hold its regular monthly meeting at noon Tuesday, Jan. 25, at Fairfield Inn & Suites.
At least 35 local African-American businesses have banded together to create the Minority Business Council of Clark County in response to what its leaders are calling incomplete guidelines proposed by the Economic Development Corp. of Clark County. Led by the Rev. Johnny Harris, the MBCCC has been incorporated with the state as a limited liability company.
The guidelines have been the source of discussion and disagreement among justices in quorum court sessions, with two justices — Albert Neal and Jenna Scott — voicing disapproval of how they were written.
A packed Clark County Circuit Courtroom listened Monday as justices of the peace ironed out a pair of ordinances dealing with tax funds set aside for economic development incentives.
Please contact your Justice of the Peace for the QC and let them know how you feel and hopefully the public will be allowed to speak at this meeting as well.
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The Clark County Quorum Court on Monday is expected to hold a lengthy meeting and discuss a variety of topics ranging from the 2022 budget to the passage of how the Economic Development Corp. of Clark County may spend funds collected for job recruitment.