The Effingham Industrial Development Authority’s retreat next month also will have reviews of their various professional services contracts on the agenda.
IDA members discussed their various agreements and contracts for attorney services, forester, accountant, auditors and the professional services agreement with the Effingham County Chamber of Commerce at their meeting last week. IDA CEO John Henry said the discussion of the contract with the Chamber would be best suited for the retreat.
Henry said there are no changes in the contract for attorney services with Gray and Pannell, a Savannah firm noted for its expertise in bond issues. Marvin Fentress has served as the IDA’s attorney since 2007.
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