Andrew J. Polk
kvia (abc affiliate)
El Paso County Commissioners have been increasing their focus on economic development around the county lately, part of a re-focused set of priorities. So far, it can be seen in recent public-private partnerships, activity around the Tornillo port of entry, and the recently approved downtown historic building survey.
[. . .] In line with that, county commissioners will hold a special meeting Monday morning to with the agenda set to "receive a presentation from Market Street Services regarding the development of an economic development strategic plan and policy for the County of El Paso."
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