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|Thursday, July 08, 2010|
Jackson County jump-started their "Sustainable Valley" initiative Wednesday with a $50,000 donation from the Jackson County Board of Commissioners.
The initiative is designed to brand the county as an area to start a high-tech business in order to bring family-wage jobs and protect the county from economic downturns.
Read more at The Mail Tribune.
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