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The Development Authority of Monroe County is requesting services of a licensed real estate broker to represent the Development Authority on several commercial properties owned by the Development Authority.
Monroe County’s Five Below warehouse will soon undergo a $21 million expansion just four years after it opened.
Forsyth agreed to share the cost of relocating electricity (up to $30,000) with Monroe County Development Authority for a business if the business decides to locate in the Indian Springs business park. The decision was made after a presentation by Development Authority executive director Joyce White and board chair Tom Baugh to Forsyth City Council on Jan. 17.
Almost all Monroe County residents are being promised high-speed internet by June 2022 under what’s being called the biggest rural internet project in Georgia history…
A Middle Georgia institution, Swint’s Candy of Milner, has announced plans to open a manufacturing facility in Monroe County’s Hwy. 18 industrial park.
Perdue Farms in Forsyth says locals may not notice a grain odor emanating from its Hwy. 41 plant as much after it added a new $3.8 million feed-loading system.
The new Five Below distribution warehouse under construction in Smarr will pay about $8 million in county and school taxes over the next 21 years after tax breaks were approved on Tuesday.
Irish environmental and injection molding company One51 plc is acquiring a like- minded firm to expand its footprint in North America.
PRESS RELEASE For immediate release February 3, 2017 Irish environmental and injection molding company One51 plc is acquiring a like- minded firm to expand its footprint in North America. Forsyth, GA . One51 announces the purchase of Encore Industries Inc.,...
Mary Persons High School recently received national ranking from U.S. News & World Report. “In total, U.S. News nationally ranked the 4,805 highest-scoring [high] schools as gold, silver or bronze.
Governments that do cybersecurity right don’t just stay safe from hackers. Sometimes they get a pat on the back too. The Center for Digital Government (CDG) honored seven organizations on Oct. 2 during the third annual Cybersecurity Leadership and Innovation Awards at...
The Development Authority and Department of Drivers Services are eager to welcome you to the new Drivers License Center located at 105 Industrial Park Drive, See More
2024 is off to a roaring start! The first week of January, the Development Authority hosted a group of Monroe Co. Educators at 2 local See More
All the finishing touches are being made on the new drivers license facility. We believe it will be a building Monroe Countians will be proud See More
Pretty Soon this property will not be vacant! The Development Authority of Monroe County is proud to announce we have closed on 9.15 acres at See More
Robert of ProForm Construction is working hard to get the Driver’s License facility up and running! Thank you Tony and Robert for being a a See More
The Monroe County Development Authority attended the Governor’s Workforce Summit. There are a lot of good things happening with the University System, the Technical College See More
The Development Authority was in the very center of the Middle Georgia Economic Alliance summit held at Georgia Power’s experience center. Middle Georgia counties presented See More
Phil Ham and Joyce White of The Development Authority of Monroe County along with Cody Ham, Commission Chairman Greg Tapley, Commissioner Eddie Rowland and his See More
Time to get in line to purchase your cottage home! Cottage Home Depot is coming soon to the Indian Springs Business Park. Quality cottage homes See More