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Could the scenic Taunton River Trail soon become a reality? 4.8M tantalizes 30yr advocate

Way to go Bill! Thank you, your committees, volunteers and all your supporters for the years of hard work it took to make this happen!

On August 19, 2020, SRPEDD Staff were joined by members of the Regional Economic Strategy Committee (RESC), business leaders, and local planning staff to discuss the EDA CARES Act work program. Under the new funding opportunity, SRPEDD Staff highlighted the major goals and changes to the current Economic Development program, including expanded capacity for data and analysis, local support, and administration.

The RESC is a committee of local economic development professionals and planners interested in advancing growth through collaboration and knowledge-sharing. For those interested in learning more about the RESC and the new work program, we invite you to review slides and recording of the meeting. If you have any comments or questions and would like to speak to someone on staff, please reach out to Don Sullivan.