Crawford County is poised for a busy − and potentially prosperous − new year, local leaders say.
“From my vantage point, kind of looking from my experience, it’s going to be an exciting year,” said David Zak, who’s in his first year as executive and economic development director of the Crawford Partnership for Education and Economic Development. “It’s going to be a year where the economy continues to move forward in a positive direction for Crawford County.
“We’re going to see vacant buildings fill up. We’re going to see vacant spaces getting taken that have not been occupied. I’m pretty excited about it. It’s fun to be in that place where you’re going to see those good things happening, and help make it happen.”