I think that burden will now fall on Jerry. You need to tap into and know some history to make decisions. official statementEach supervisor on the new board agrees economic development should be a priority for the county. While most acknowledge agriculture will remain a driving force for Merced Countys economy, all have expressed interest in attracting businesses that will provide residents with higher-paying jobs. http://morganmartintogo.denaliinstitute.org/2016/12/07/some-practical-guidance-on-real-world-products-of-examination-for-surgery/Our ag economy is paramount to the lifeblood of Merced County, Pareira said. OBanion agreed, adding, Being a farmer, Ive always felt the need to look into diversifying and getting other things in the basket to increase the quality of life. Pareira hopes to look at the countys permitting process to ensure its as efficient as possible for businesses. Lor hopes to give residents opportunities to gain skills and bridge the divide between the poorer and wealthier parts of her district, which encompasses the city of Merced. Espinoza hopes to add more deputies to the Sheriffs Office in an effort to lower crime rates. The sooner the new supervisors understand the history and potential of Castle Commerce Center formerly Castle Air Force Base the better, OBanion said. The county is working with a consulting firm to pursue a public-private partnership for Castle and bring a private investor on board in an effort to create an industrial hub. OBanion noted the outgoing board tended to vote unanimously on agenda items, rarely coming to a split vote on issues. He encouraged the new supervisors to vote independently and make decisions based on what they feel is best for the county.
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