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SEDCO picks Brad Douglass as board chairman

Oct 13, 2018, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat With the new fiscal year that recently started, the Sherman Economic Development Corp. elected new leadership for its board of directors.   The SEDCO board chose Brad Douglass as its new chairman, Tom Shields as vice chairman and Janie Bates as its secretary. Electing the new officers was the Read More

Pottsboro High leading Swap It Up competition

Oct 10, 2018, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat The students from Pottsboro High School are currently leading a competition between local Advanced Manufacturing Program students designed to help meet the needs of local nonprofits.   The Swap it Up competition was organized by the Sherman Economic Development Corp. in conjunction with the chambers of commerce in the Read More

SEDCO set to give Finisar $500K incentive payment

Oct 9, 2018, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat The Sherman Economic Development Corp. could soon present Finisar Corp. with the first half the $1 million incentive agreement that was agreed to in March.   The SEDCO board of directors approved a restructuring of the payment schedule for the incentive agreement approved earlier this year that will see Read More

Utter, Bandemir appointed to SEDCO board

Oct 5, 2018, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat The board of directors of the Sherman Economic Development Corp. is getting two new members.   The Sherman City Council appointed Gail Utter and Scott Bandemir to the board following an executive session discussion Monday evening. Utter is the managing director of the Utter Wealth Management Group of Wells Read More

Sherman approves 2019 SEDCO budget

Sep 27, 2018, By: William C. Wadsack, Herald Democrat There’s been a lot of administrative change at the Sherman Economic Development Corp. over the last year, but the organization isn’t planning much change for its budget in the new fiscal year.   The Sherman City Council approved SEDCO’s 2018-2019 budget and program of work during a joint meeting Read More

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