South Metro Development Conference

Senoia Enterprises receives economic development honor

by W. Winston Skinner

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Scott Tigchelaar, center, president of Senoia Enterprises, accepts the South Metro Development Outlook Economic Development Award at Wednesday's ceremonies. Presenting the award are Michael Hightower, left, of The Collaborative Firm and Coweta County Commission Chairman Bob Blackburn.

Editor’s note: Look for more coverage on issues discussed at the South Metro Development Outlook conference in coming days in the pages of The Newnan Times-Herald.

Senoia Enterprises received the Economic Development Award at the 2013 South Metro Development Outlook awards banquet on Wednesday.

The banquet was held as part of the daylong SMDO conference at the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park.

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