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Congressman Kustoff Meets with Local Officials

Eighth District Congressman David Kustoff met with city and county officials, Thursday June 30, 2022. Pictured are (from left) Sardis Vice Mayor, Richard Holland, Henderson County Mayor Elect Robbie McCready, Henderson County Mayor Eddie Bray, Henderson County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Melissa Gilbert, Congressman David Kustoff, Scotts Hill Mayor Kenny Parrish, Parkers Crossroads City Manager Steve McDaniel, and Lexington Mayor Jeff Griggs.
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Congressman David Kustoff met with local officials Thursday, June 30, 2022, in Lexington. Kustoff, the Eighth District Congressman from Germantown had the opportunity to meet with the Joint Economic and Community Development Board.

The group exchanged ideas on industrial growth education and transportation.

Mayor Jeff Griggs pointed out that because of Henderson County’s unique location halfway between Memphis and Nashville and they are just outside the zone where the Blue Oval City is expected to draw their labor force, several Ford Motor Company suppliers are looking to possible locate in this area.

“Henderson County and West Tennessee can grow a lot,” Kustoff observed. “Henderson County has really good leadership, and a strong board,” Kustoff said.

“I am really encouraged by the future growth prospect. Henderson County is a good place to work and…

For complete coverage, see the July 6th edition of The Lexington Progress.

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