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Airport Land Could Host New Company
Tuesday, 10 June 2014

June 10--  The Toombs County Development Authority is talking with Vidalia officials about the possible use of land at the Vidalia Regional Airport for a new business.

Authority Executive Director Bill Mitchell met with City Manager Bill Torrance Monday morning to discuss a 25-acre site for an unnamed aviation company which is looking for a regional airport to call home.

The city council met Monday night and gave the go-ahead for negotiations.  The Development Authority board has a called meeting Tuesday morning to consider a proposal.

The council also approved $15,000 to remodel the former city council chambers at city hall.  Part of the space will be converted to offices for the city manager and the remainder will be a staff conference room.

Andy Clark informed the council the first "Cruise-In" in the new city park earlier this month raised more than $2,000 to help a Glenwood resident who is fighting cancer.  The council okayed two more "Cruise-In" events the first Saturdays of July and August.

The Vidalia City Hall will be closed to the public Thursday and Friday while the city converts to a new computer system.   

 
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