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James City EDA Wins Community Award

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JAMES CITY-Virginia Economic Developers Association (VEDA) has recognized James City County’s Economic Development Authority (EDA) with a Community Economic Development Award (CEDA). The CEDA program recognizes best practices and exceptional contributions of communities for efforts in business retention and expansion, business recruitment, community development, and community involvement. The county’s EDA received the award in part based on its collaboration with the Greater Williamsburg Partnership, Williamsburg Community Foundation, and the Virginia 30 Day Fund to help businesses impacted by the covid-19 pandemic.

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