Fla. city council panels pass $11M economic-development plan

03/6/2013 | Daily Record (Jacksonville, Fla.), The

Two committees of the Jacksonville, Fla., City Council have approved a plan to put $11 million toward economic development. Under the plan, $9 million would go toward downtown rejuvenation through the Downtown Investment Authority, and $2 million would go toward county work through the city Office of Economic Development. The proposal next heads to the full council.

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