CCDC Grant Continues Support for Clarke County GIS Program

The CCDC recently committed to an additional six years of financial support for the Clarke County Assessor’s office and the Clarke County GIS mapping system. With a grant of more than $40,000 the CCDC’s board will help fund imaging and base data updates for the heavily used mapping and information program.
For more information about the GIS system and what it does for the county, the city of Osceola, and businesses across the area, click through to read the latest…

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CCDC Board Welcomes the Addition of Altec’s Nathan Grismore

At the May CCDC board meeting, members and those in attendance welcomed Altec’s Nathan Grismore to the board. As a representative from one of Osceola’s largest employers, Nathan is looking to bring a fresh perspective to the CCDC and help them create positive change throughout the community.
Click through to the latest feature more information about Nathan and his new position with the board…

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$718,600 CCDC Grant Kicks off Initial Development of Osceola’s Effluent Pipeline

In May’s CCDC Board meeting, the City made the request to kick off the first phase of the Effluent Recirculated Water pipeline to pull water from the new Osceola Wastewater Treatment Plant to other parts of the city. This will help lower the burden on West Lake’s raw water supply. With a grant of more than $700K, the CCDC was able to get this “First in the State” venture started and help fund the project.
Click on the latest feature to read how what this grant means for the future of Osceola’s water and the ongoing pursuit of a sustainable water supply for the community…

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Miller Partners with Clarke Industrial Tech Students to Celebrate History

Miller Products, Co., recently under new ownership, has been reflecting on their 8+ decade history and the relationships they’ve made and built along the way. As part of the Clarke County Industrial Tech Advisory Board, they had the help of Clarke Community Schools’ industrial tech students in the fabrication of some very unique signs to help commemorate their impressive history
Take a look at our latest feature and see what these talented students and the Miller team created…

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