June 16, 2024

Work Session Focuses on Economic Diversification


Members of the St. Mary’s County Economic Development Commission are working on economic diversification.

The EDC is committed to find a way to diversify the economy in St. Mary’s County. This month, the EDC is holding meetings to create a strategy for this purpose. The EDC’s next meeting is set for 6 pm Feb. 17, 2016, at the Joseph D. Carter State Office Building in Leonardtown.

The St. Mary’s County Economic Development is a volunteer board and its meetings are open to the public. The commission, like all of the county’s volunteer boards, commissions, and committees, works alongside county staff to discuss a variety of issues that affect St. Mary’s County.

The main purpose of the EDC is to represent the economic interest of citizens and businesses in St. Mary’s County. Members of the EDC work together to develop, revise or replace the county’s economic strategy, and share their information with county government staff.

For more information about the Economic Development Commission and additional resources, visit the EDC website.

The site contains information on meetings, agendas, and minutes from past meetings. Also, you can see the members of the commission and find out how to contact them. The commission works closely with the St. Mary’s County Department of Economic Development.

The work session will take place in the Russell Conference Room of the Joseph D. Carter State Office Building, 23110 Leonard Hall Drive, Leonardtown.

For more information about the St. Mary’s County EDC, contact Robin Finnacom, deputy director at 301-475-4200, ext. 1407, or via email to [email protected].

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