The BDC released the Tome School Strategic Plan during the Port Deposit Town Council meeting on September 20, 2016. This plan comes as the deliverable from a 2 year project in conjunction with the U.S Department of Agriculture Rural Business Development Grant, which took a close look at unique opportunities and constraints of the Tome School Campus, including historical easements, regional marketplace, market and economic data, environmental issues, land topography, etc.
In addition to the presentation of the Report, BDC Chair Mike Pugh also provided an update on Navy activities, a Federal Grant Project and Infrastructure progress.
The Tome School report can be access by clicking here, or also under the "Documents" tab on our website. Any questions can be directed to Toni Lozzi at TLOZZI@bainbridgedev.org
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