Ag Development Council Looks For More Input
Published: August 18th, 2006
By: Melissa deCordova

NORWICH – In order to help spearhead two agribusiness projects in the region, the Chenango County Agricultural Development Council has requested more input from government.

ADC’s Rebecca Hargrave made the request at a meeting of the Planning & Economic Development Committee Aug. 8.

“We used to have two supervisors on the council. There’s been none since the last election. We would like to have a least one representative,” she said.

Chairperson Linda E. Natoli, R-Norwich, said her appointment to the committee “fell through the cracks” when she took over from former chairperson Wayne C. Outwater. Town of New Berlin Supervisor Ross P. Iannello, unaffiliated, volunteered to represent the county and was subsequently endorsed by the full Board of Supervisors Aug. 14.

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