Economic Development Corp of Clark County

The Economic Development Corporation of Clark County is a tax-funded organization created to develop and fund economic development projects and activities to stimulate the local economy and to support the creation of new job activities.  

Mission Statement:

The Economic Development Corporation of Clark County (EDCCC) is a not -for-profit organization that is charged with directing the economic growth for Clark County. The mission of the EDCCC is to secure opportunities for job creation with existing industries while expanding our job market by actively soliciting new industries to foster economic growth in Clark County.

Board of Directors:
  • Allen Morgan
  • Damon Daniels
  • Dr. Celya Taylor
  • Eric Hughes
  • J. L. Griffin
  • Joyce Palla
  • Keith Craft
  • Dr. Lewis Shepherd
  • Neeka Richardson
  • Roland Gosey
  • Ross Whipple
  • Seth Collins
  • Stacey Blackard
  • Tim Kauffman
  • Wilma Gill

 

Volunteer

Volunteer, Downtown Gurdon Development

"From the railroad and the "Gurdon Light" to the Hoo-Hoo International Museum, Gurdon offers a number of attractions that help define our local and regional heritage. We are a town that could present a lot of options for someone with a vision toward downtown restoration and community development."

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