Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Chamber gets $15K from city for study

Bryan Richardson 
The Mercury

The Manhattan Area Chamber of Commerce is working on a community vision and economic development analysis.

To help with that plan, the Manhattan City Commission approved a $15,000 request Tuesday for funding toward the study, which is being done with Market Street Services.

The Atlanta-based firm does economic, community and workforce development consulting.

The nine-month study will mostly be funded through the Advantage Manhattan “Power our Potential” initiative, a chamber fundraising program. The study is estimated to cost $171,000.

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