The Oconee County Industrial Development Authority went into executive session Monday to discuss real estate matters, less than two months after the Authority learned that its latest attempt to sell part of its Gateway Technology Business Park had fallen through.The session lasted 40 minutes, and the Authority took no action when it came back into open meeting. J.R. Charles, the county’s economic development director, said yesterday (Tuesday) that there are no plans to hold a called meeting before the next scheduled meeting of the IDA on June 12. Authority Chair Rick Waller provided no specifics about the topics to be covered in the executive session, but the only property the Authority is marketing is in the Gateway Technology Business Park on SR 316 on the southern edge of Bogart. County Attorney Daniel Haygood was at the IDA meeting and joined in the executive session. Other Action The Gateway Technology Business Park occupies much of the discussion at IDA meetings, and the meeting on Monday was no exception.
|Four Parcels Of Gateway Technology Business Park|
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