July 10, 2013

Tourism committee gets to work



The strategy could meld with other tourism-generating plans the tourism advisory committee develops and grant opportunities that are being explored by the county’s Industrial Development Agency and County Soil and Water Conservation District.

Using an encompassing approach and cross-promotion of events, activities and experiences could also help ease long-held tension between the north and south ends of the county.

County services are historically concentrated in the heavily populated northern portion even though most of the money to fund the programs and services is generated through taxes on waterfront and high-value properties in the south end.

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