Business event highlights school redevelopment, culinary tourism, manufacturing
Monday, June 03, 2019
In the annual Groton business update, a planning director, a restaurateur and a politician touched on efforts to get those working in Groton to live in Groton, redevelopment of shuttered schools, culinary tourism, attracting manufacturing talent and preservation of Long Island Sound.
Groton Director of Planning Jonathan Reiner, restaurateur Dan Meiser and U.S. Sen Chris Murphy, D-Conn., spoke at the breakfast the Greater Mystic Chamber of Commerce held Friday at the Mystic Marriott.
Category: Economic Development