Friday, May 10, 2013 at 3:00 am (Updated: May 10, 3:01 am)
The Shelby County Industrial & Development recently held a long-range planning session led by Greg Coker to develop its long-range plans and set a course. This is the first such session since 2005. Libby Adams, 55, a native of Shelby County, has been with the foundation since August 1992 and has been its executive director since 2003, serving with CEO Bobby Hudson in developing industrial properties and luring manufacturers to the county. She took a few moments to discuss the planning session and the state of the industrial base in the county.
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