OKTIBBEHA CO., Miss. – (WCBI) It is always a good idea to have a plan, which is especially true when leading a city and county.
Oktibbeha County supervisors spent their Tuesday afternoon devising a strategy to succeed in the future.
Phil Hardwick, from the MSU Stennis Institute discussed possible ideas on everything from attracting businesses and industries to improving education.
Supervisor Orlando Trainers says laying the ground work is key to making Oktibbeha County thrive.
“We want to have something to wrap our arms around, our hands around as a community. A city and county partnership and work towards those goals,” says Trainer.
Tuesday’s meeting was also a follow up to a joint city and county meeting held in November.