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Marley gives 'state of the town' update at Chamber
Review/Matt SantosMayor Chris Marley
Review/Matt Santos
Mayor Chris Marley
Matt Santos

Mayor Chris Marley was the keynote speaker this past week at the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce monthly luncheon at Gabby's Banquet Hall.

Marley spoke about the town's financial status, pinpointing a five-point economic recovery plan that includes dry industry, water and sewer, reduction of government spending, use of property and sales tax to slow general fund losses, and the possible development of an industrial park at Old Home Manor.

The chamber luncheon is a monthly event in which business leaders and educators from Yavapai County can meet and discuss economic development, especially in Chino Valley.

For more information on this or other chamber events, including the annual Health and Business Expo scheduled for April 20, visit www.chinovalley.org or call 928-636-2493 .

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