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Arnold not seeking LCDA reappointment
Jeff Arnold 2003
Jeff Arnold - photo by Courier file photo
About the LCDA

The authority’s mission statement: The purpose of the LCDA is to develop and promote industry for the public good and welfare of the county. Toward that end, the LCDA has developed industrial parks, constructed shell buildings, supported local technical college and workforce development programs, and organized and led partnerships with other public and private entities.
Liberty County Development Authority member Jeff Arnold recently announced he will not ask to be reappointed to the panel. His four-year term ends in two months.
Arnold, lead attorney at Arnold Stafford Randolph, said he made the decision because he thinks other residents should have an opportunity to serve the public.
“By announcing it, I’m encouraging qualified people and interested people to submit applications,” he said.
Arnold said both he and wife have served the public and he’s optimistic that other Liberty County residents will want to do the same.
The LCDA is a seven-member board with automatic seats for the chairman of the Liberty County Board of Commissioners and the mayor of Hinesville.
Four positions are appointed by the Liberty County Board of Commissioners and one position is appointed by the Hinesville City Council.
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