Highland County Commissioners Approve Marriott Hotel Contract and JFS Funding Plan
Commissioners approve Marriott Hotel contract, JFS funding plan The Highland County Press
Highland County Commissioners recently approved a contract with Marriott International to build a new hotel in the county. The contract was approved unanimously by the commissioners, and it is expected to bring in more tourism and economic development to the area. Additionally, the commissioners also approved a funding plan for the county’s Job and Family Services (JFS) department.
The Marriott hotel contract will bring a four-star hotel to the area, which is expected to create more than 200 jobs and generate over $2 million in tax revenue for the county. The hotel will be located near the county’s airport, and it will feature a restaurant, bar, and meeting space. The hotel will also provide a boost to local businesses, as it is expected to attract more visitors to the area.
The JFS funding plan was also approved by the commissioners. The plan will provide additional funding for the department to help it better serve the county’s residents. The plan will include an increase in funding for programs such as job training, child care assistance, and food assistance. It is expected that this additional funding will help the department better meet the needs of the county’s residents.
The approval of both the Marriott hotel contract and the JFS funding plan is a positive step forward for Highland County. The addition of a four-star hotel will bring more tourism and economic development to the area, while the additional funding for JFS will help the department better serve the county’s residents. This is an exciting time for Highland County, and these two decisions are sure to have a positive impact on the county’s future.
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