Development at the heart of Kierna’s state of Cary address
CARY – In his last state of the community address, village President Tom Kierna on Wednesday talked about economic successes and plans to further economic development in the village.
During the Cary-Grove Chamber of Commerce event, Kierna discussed how the village has restructured its administrative staff, outsourced some services and eliminated 2.5 positions, which allowed it to hire a director of community and economic development.
Community and Economic Development Director Christopher Stilling started working for the village this week. He will earn $100,000 a year, Kierna said.
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