I-69 economic impact explained at membership meeting
City Manager Jim Jeffers, pictured, will present "I-69 + Planning = Economic Development" at the Fourth Friday Luncheon. The event is noon to 1 p.m., Feb. 26 at Austin Hall, 4603 North St. Jeffers views the interstate project as "the greatest economic development engine for the City and County of Nacogdoches since Stephen F. Austin State University came to Nacogdoches."
The information presented is vital for all local businesses. We urge you to attend and stay on top of what is going on at the Chamber and around town. RSVPs are required by noon, Feb. 24. Lunch is $16 at the door.
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All attending may enter the $50 drawing sponsored by Commercial Bank of Texas, and all Chamber members are entered in a $250 drawing sponsored by Axley & Rode, LLP, but you must be present to win.
Gold sponsors are Axley & Rode, LLP, Nacogdoches Economic Development Corp. and SERVPRO of Lufkin/S. Nacogdoches County.
Jim Jeffers was appointed City Manager in July 2003 by the Nacogdoches City Council..Jeffers has 40 years experience as a City Manager. Prior to his appointment as City Manager, Jeffers served as City Manager in Fritch, Texas, Portales, New Mexico and Plainview Texas. Jeffers has extensive experience in city finances, employee relations and strategic planning. He maintains an inclusive, entrepreneurial management style and has the proven ability to build strong teams from diverse groups, providing result-oriented actions. He earned a Masters of Political Science and a Bachelors of Arts in Public Administration from West Texas A & M University. Jim and his wife Gwendolyn have five children, seven grandchildren and two more on the way.