Grimes County Commissioners appreciated their first year in the new Central East Texas Alliance so much, they voted to stay in the now-10 member organization during the latest court session.
Ceta Principal Stacey Osborne wants to do some cooperative advertising within the region and participate in the upcoming trade shows
County Attorney Jon C. Fultz said the session he attended certainly impressed him by showing a vast amount of information about the county and its’ people.
Osborne said CETA’s next meeting will focus on business retention and expansion.
That will be on Thursday, December 10th, she said, at the Shepard Hill Estates in Willis. As the date nears, you can look for meeting details in our community calendar, here on Navasota News.