The Council for Quality Growth and the Cherokee County Board of Commissioners hosted the Second Annual Cherokee State of the County Address and Economic Update at the Cherokee Conference Center on Wednesday, February 18. Misti Martin, President of the Cherokee Office of Economic Development, and Cherokee County Board of Commissioners Chairman Buzz Ahrens addressed the crowd of over 280 people about the current growth and future potential for Cherokee County.
The event highlighted that Cherokee County has a track record of promoting economic development, and Chairman Ahrens expressed his confidence that the county is primed to become a destination-county for residents and businesses in Georgia during 2014. The Council will continue to support and partner with Cherokee County as it continues its work to foster growth and development in the Metro Atlanta region.
As part of the Economic Update, the Cherokee Office of Economic Development created a video highlighting the benefits of choosing to live and work in Cherokee County. To view the video, click the link above. We also encourage you to give the Cherokee Office of Economic Development facebook page a “like” to stay up to date on economic development news throughout Cherokee.
To read the Cherokee Tribune’s coverage of the Cherokee State of the County, click HERE.