Ready For Rebound

Southerland, Randy
February 2010
Georgia Trend;Feb2010, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p115
The article offers information on the economic aspects and the plans of Union County, North Carolina to recover from the recession. According to Lamar Paris, County Commissioner, the Union County had more contractors for construction per capita than any county in the state. From the commissioner's perspective, if the county is ready to compete for business and jobs, then it cannot retreat and let the infrastructure unfinished.


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