Development Authority

Industry prospects looking at Coweta County

by By Alex McRae

The local weather is cool, but Coweta’s business climate may be heating up.

At Thursday’s meeting of the Coweta County Development Authority, authority President Greg Wright said, “If January is any indication, 2013 looks to be a very busy year for us.”

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