DeWitt County considerd a model for regionalism
By Allison Flores
The Cuero Record
At the Cuero Development Corporation’s monthly Community Leader’s meeting, Michael Ada, the Director of Economic Development, Response and Recovery for the Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission informed attendees of the importance of regionalism and ultimately communication between local governments. To begin, Ada noted that what is happening in Cuero between local elected officials is already on the right track.
“This kind of meeting inside the community is probably the most important element of what we do at the Regional Planning Commission,” stated Ada.
He was referring to the monthly Community Leader’s meeting that the CDC holds that includes a guest speaker and a member from many of DeWitt County’s organizations.
“What you’re doing here is really a model– it’s a best practice within our region.”
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