Vision of the Mineral County Development Authority
This strategic plan provides direction to the activities of the Mineral County Development Authority (MCDA) for the next three-to-five years. It is based upon discussions held during work sessions with the board on February 12, 2014 and March 18, 2014 as well as a session to review the draft on April 16, 2014, along with an analysis of applicable data and other background information.
This plan supersedes the previous strategic plans developed by the development authority. It is designed to promote the economic well-being of the county and the quality of life of county residents. It also is designed to aid with the operation and administration of the development authority as a formal entity within the county government structure. To that end, the plan includes both externally-focused and internally-focused proposed actions.
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REGIONAL BROADBAND STRATEGIC PLAN
It is the mission of the Region 8 Planning and Development Council to obtain the maximum level of sustainable economic and community development in the Potomac Highlands of West Virginia through development, planning and by assisting local governments and businesses implement projects and programs.
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FY 2016 Regional Development Plan Update
The FY 2016 Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy Update 2015 Annual Report is issued to Governor Tomblin and the United States Economic Development Administration to comply with the Economic Development Administration Act of 1965, as amended, and the West Virginia Regional Planning and Development Act.
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2011 Mineral County Comprehensive Plan
Planning is a key factor in the development of any community. In designing a plan, Mineral County recognizes the importance of using past history, experiences of other communities, professional expertise, and the desires of its residents in developing goals for the future.
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